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ON FREE PUBLIC VIEW 
AT THE AMERICAN ART GALLERIES 

MADISON SQUARE SOUTH, NEW YORK 
BEGINNING FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1913 

AND CONTINUING UNTIL THE DATE OF SALE 



THE VALUABLE LIBRARY 

OF THE LATE 

M. C. D. BORDEN, Esq 



TO BE SOLD AT UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE 

BY ORDER OF THE EXECUTORS 

ON MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 17th, 1913 

AT 8.15 O'CLOCK, AND FOLLOWING DAYS AT 2.30 and 8.15 O'CLOCK P.M. 

AT THE AMERICAN ART GALLERIES 

MADISON SQUARE SOUTH, NEW YORK 




•i97. Armf.kian Man-uscript ok the Gospels. In a .Ikwklki) Enamki. and Sii.vku Binding 



ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE 
OF THE 

VALUABLE LIBRARY 

FORMED BY THE LATE 

M. C. D. BORDEN, Esq. 



TO BE SOLD 
AT UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE 

BY ORDER OF THE EXECUTORS 



AT THE 

AMERICAN ART GALLERIES 

4 TO 6 EAST TWENTY-THIRD STREET 
MADISON SQUARE SOUTH 

ON THE DATES HEREIN STATED 



THE SALE WILL BE CONDUCTED BY 

MR. THOMAS E. KIRBY 

OF 

THE AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, MANAGERS 

NEW YORK 

1913 



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COXDITIONS OF SALE 

1. The highest bidder to be the Buyer, and if any dispute arises 
between two or more Bidders, the Lot so in dispute shall be immediately 
put up again and re-sold. 

2. The Auctioneer reserves the right to reject any bid -ccliich is 
merely a nominal or fractional advance, and therefore, in his judgment, 
likely to affect the Sale injuriously. 

a. The Purchasers to give their names and addresses, and to pay 
down a cash deposit, or the whole of the Purchase-money, if reciuired, 
in default of which the Lot or Lots so purchased to be immediately put 
up again and re-sold. 

4. The Lots to be taken axcay at the Buyer's Eapense and Risk 
within twenty-four hours from tlic conclusion of tlie Sale, unless other- 
wise specified by the Auctioneer or ^Managers previous to or at the time 
of Sale, and the remainder of the Purchase-money to be absolutely paid, 
or otherwise settled for to the satisfaction of the Auctioneer, on or 
before delivery; in default of which the undersigned xcill not hold them- 
selves responsible if the lots be lost, stolen, damaged, or destroyed, but 
they will be left at the sole risk of the purchaser. 

5. While the undersigned will not hold themselves responsible for 
the correctness of the description, genuineness, or authenticity of, or 
any fault or defect in, any Lot, and make no Warranty wliatever, they 
will, upon receiving previous to date of Sale trustworthy expert opinion 
in writing that any Painting or other Work of Art is not what it is rep- 
resented to be, use every effort on their part to furnish proof to the 
contrary; failing in which, the object or objects in question will be sold 
subject to the declaration of the aforesaid expert, he being liable to the 
Owner or Owners thereof for damage or injury occasioned thereby. 

6. To prevent inaccuracy in delivery and iiiconvcnience in the 
settlement of the Purchases, no Lot can, on any account, be removed 
during tJie Sale. 

1. Upon failure to comply zcifh the above conditions, the money 
deposited in part payment shall be forfeited; all Lots uncleared within 
one day from conclusion of Sale (unices otherzcise specified as above) 
shall be re-sold by public or private sale, without further notice, and the 
deficiency (if any) attending such re-sale shall be made good by the de- 
faidter at this Sale, together with all charges attending the same. This 
Condition is without prejudice to the right of the Auctioneer to enforce 
the contract made at this Sale, without such re-sale, if he thinks fit. 

8. The Undersigned are in no manner connected with the busi- 
ness of the cartage or packing and shipping of purchases, and although 
they wnll afford to purchasers every facility for employing careful 
carriers and packers, they will not hold themselves responsible for the 
acts and charges of the parties engaged for such services. 

The A:\IERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers. 
THOMAS E. KIRBY, ArcTioxEER. 



THE AMERICAN ART GALLERIES 

MADISON SQUARE SOUTH, NEW YORK 



ORDER OF SALE 



MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 17th 

BEGINNING AT 8.1.5 o'CLOCK 

CATALOGUE Nos. 1 to 1T9 INCLUSIVE 
TUESDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 18th 

BEGINNING AT 2.30 o'CLOCK 

CATALOGUE Nos. 180 to 367 INCLUSIVE 
TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 18th 

BEGINNING AT 8.1.5 o'CLOCK 

CATALOGUE Nos. 368 to .522 INCLUSIVE 
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 19th 

BEGINNING AT 2.30 o'ci.OCK 

CATALOGUE Nos. 523 to 690 INCLUSIVE 
WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRLTARY 19th 

BEGINNING AT 8.1.5 o'CI.OCK 

CATALOGUE Nos. 691 to 838 INCLUSIVE 



NOTE: These hoohs are all in splendid condition, 
such minor defects as ecvist being due to the general 
effects of time; such as the dulling of the gilding or the 
slight discoloration of delicate shades of leather. As the 
ecctraordinarji number of beautiful bindings is a special 
feature of this collection, it has been thought desirable 
to describe them with greater elaboration than is usual, 
follotcing the privately printed catalogue as closely as 
practicable. 

In every volume "will be found one of the two sizes 
of the book-plate engraved by E. D. French for Mr. 
Borden. 

The Daly-Borden collection of views of New York 
City and the plates in the eJctra-iUustrated Life of 
Washington have been catalogued by 3/r. Robert 
Fridenberg. 




UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE BY ORDER OF THE EXECUTORS 
ON MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 17th, 1913 

AT 8.15 O'CLOCK, AND FOLLOWING DAYS AT 2.30 AND 8.15 O'CLOCK P.M. 

AT THE AMERICAN ART GALLERIES 

MADISON SQUARE SOUTH, NEW YORK 



IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE "ORDER OF SALE" PAGE 

A BECKETT, Gilbert Abbott. 

The Comic History of England. With ten colored 
etchings, and one hundred and twenty wood-cuts, by John 
Leech. 8vo. Published at the Punch Office, 85, Fleet 



Street. 1847. 



Two Vohimes. 



The Co:mic History of Rome. Illustrated by 

Jolin Leech. 8vo. Published by Bradbury and Evans, 11, 
Bouverie Street, WMtefriars. \^London.'] [1851.] 

Together, 3 volumes. 

Bound fi-om the original parts, with the green pictorial paper 
wrappers preserved. 

Full dark green crushed levant morocco, with an outside border 
of gold-tooling, panels of inlaid blue levant in the corners, gold- 
tooled, and in the center of both covers a figure from the book 
inlaid in blue, white, pink, j-ellow, red and brown levant, doublure 
of blue levant with a heavily gold-tooled diaper, flies of red watered- 
silk, gilt top, uncut, by Riviei-e. 



ACKERMANN, R. 

The JMicrocosm of London ; or, London in Miniature. 
4to. R. Achennann's Repository of Arts. No. 101, 
Strand. [1808.] 

Three Volumes. 

With the plates by Rowlands on and Pugin, engraved by Har- 
raden, Bluck, Stadlei', Hill, Sunderland, and Sutherland; all being 
splendid impressions, colored by hand. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, with simple fillets on the 
edges of covers, doublure and flies of dark green watered-silk, gilt 
edges, by Riviere. 

ACKERMANN, R. 

The History of the Abbey Church of St. Peter's, 
Westminster, Its Antiquities and JNIonuments. 4to. 
London: Printed for R. Ackermann. 1812. 

Two Volumes. 

With the plates by Pugin, Mackenzie, White, Villiers, 
Thompson, Unwins, and Shepherd ; and engraved by Bluck, Mitan, 
Sutherland, Hamble, Lewis, and others ; all being splendid im- 
pressions, colored by hand. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, with simple fillets on the 
edges of covers, doublure and flies of dark green watered-silk, gilt 
edges, by Riviere. 

ACKERMANN, R. 

A History of the University of Oxford, Its Col- 
leges, Halls, and Public Buildings. 4to. London : Printed 
for R. Ackermann. 1814. 

Two Volumes. 

With the plates by Pugin, Nash, iVlackenzie, and Westall ; and 
engraved by Bluck, Lewis, Havell, Reeve, Sutherland, Hill, Stad- 
ler, and Bennett ; also a series of costume plates drawn by Unwins 
and engraved b}^ Agar; all being splendid impressions, colored 
by hand. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, with simple fillets on the 
edges of covers, doublure and flies of dark green watered-silk, gilt 
edges, by Riviere. 



5 ACKERMAXX, R. 

A History of the University of Cambridge, Its Col- 
leges, Halls, and Public Buildings. 4to. London: Printed 
for U. Acker niann. 1815. 

Two Volumes. 

With the plates by Westall, Pu<;iii, and ]\lackenzie ; and en- 
graved bj Stadler, Havell, and Bluck ; also a series of costume 
plates drawn by Unwins and engraved by Agar ; all being colored 
by hand. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, with simple fillets on the 
edges of covers, doublure and flies of dark green watei'ed-silk, gilt 
edges, by Riviere. 

6 ACKERMANN, R. 

The History of the Colleges of Winchester, 
Eton and Westminster; with the Charter-House, the 
Schools of St. Paul's, Merchant Taylors, Harrow and 
Rugby, and the Free-School of Christ's Hospital. 4to. 
London: Printed for and puhlislied hij R. Ackerniann. 
1816. 

With the plates drawn by Westall, Mackenzie, Pugin, and 
Gendall ; and engraved by Havell, Stadler, and Bennett ; also a 
series of costume plates drawn by Unwins and engraved by Agar; 
all being splendid impressions, colored by hand. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, with simple fillets on the 
edges of covers, doublure and flies of dark green watered-silk, gilt 
edges, by Riviere. 

7 ACKERMAXX, R. 

A History of the University of Oxford, Its Col- 
leges, Halls, and Public Buildings. 4to. London. 
Printed for B. Ackermann, 1814. 

Two Volumes. 

This work contains 81 colored plates by Westall, Mackenzie, 
Pugin, Nash, etc., and portraits from the Bodleian Library. A 
very fine, clean copy in a contemporar}" binding. 

Bound in full russia, marbled edges. 



AERONAUTICA. 

A Remarkable and Extensive Collection of 303 
Prints, Articles, Portraits, Views, Advertisements, 
Bills, Posters, Music, Caricatures, etc., all relating to 
Balloons and Ballooning, comjjrising ill ust?^ at ions of the 
Flying Ship, the Chavalant or Kite Carriage, the Aerial 
Ship, Globe Aerostatique, Ascent of MM. Charles et Ro- 
bert, Depart de MINI. Charles et Robert, Jardin des 
Tuileries, Machine Aerostatique de JNIessrs. L. Abbe Midan 
et Janninet, Mr. Lunardi ascending from the Artillery 
Ground, Moorfields, Ascent of Mr. Blanchard from Chel- 
sea, The Perilous Situation of Major ^Nloney, Ascent of 
JNIr. Sadler at Oxford, The Fortress in the Green Park 
Avith Balloon Ascent, The Pagoda and Bridge in St. James' 
Park with Balloon Ascent, The First Balloon within the 
Arctic Circle, Descent of Mr. Livingstone on the Coast of 
the County Dublin, Opening of Xew London Bridge with 
Balloon Ascent, The Vauxhall Royal Balloon, The Great 
Montgolfier Balloon, ]Mr. Graham's Ascent at the Opening 
of New Hungerford Market, The Flying Steamship 
(Pocket Handkerchief), The Century of Invention 
(Pocket Handkerchief); BILLS AND POSTERS of 
Mr. Green's Ascents from various places throughout the 
Country, of Ascents at Vauxhall Gardens, of Balloon 
Races, and of Ascents from the Surrey Zoological Gardens ; 
PORTRAITS of V. Lunardi, J. P.*Blanchard, F. Pilatre 
de Rozier, JNIr. Sadler, J. M. Hobart, Monsieur Garnerin, 
John Hampton, &c.; PRINTS of Balloons, VIEWS, 
Part of Mr. Green's Balloon, AUTOGRAPH LET- 
TERS of Montgolfier (4), etc., all neatly mounted, or 
inlaid where necessary, with specially designed title-pages, 
and indices. Folio, 

Two Volumes. 

Full black crushed levant morocco, sides and back tooled in 
gold, doublure of red crushed levant, tooled in dentelle, gilt edges. 



9 AINSWORTII, William Harrison. 

^VORKS. xV COLLECTED SET OF THE FlRST ILLUSTRATED 

Editions; as follows: 
Rookwood: a Romance. The Fourth Edition. 



Conii)lete in one volume, with Illustrations by George 
Cruiksliank, Crown 8vo. London. 1838. 

Etched extra-title, with original cover preserved. Portrait. 

Jack Sheppard: A Romance. With Illustra- 



tions by George Cruiksliank. 8vo. London. 1839. 

Three Volumes. 

Witli portrait. Original covers preserved. 

— — The Tower of London: A Historical Ro- 



mance. Illustrated by George Cruikshank. Crow^n 8vo. 
London. 1840. 

Guy Faw^kes: or, The Gunpowder Treason. 



An Historical Romance. With Illustrations by George 
Cruikshank. 8vo. London. 18'11. 

Three Volumes. 
Original covers preserved. 

The JMiser's Daughter: A Tale. With Illus- 



trations by George Cruikshank. 8vo. London. 1842. 

Three Volumes. 
Original covers preserved. 

Windsor Casti,e. An Historical Romance. 



Xew Edition. Illustrated by George Cruikshank and 
Tony Johannot. With designs on wood, by W, Alfred- 
Delamotte. Crown 8vo. London. 1842. 

With portrait and engraved extra-title. Original covers pre- 
served. 



[9 Continued] 

Saint James's: or, The Court of Queen 

Anne. An Historical Romance. With Illustrations by 
George Cruikshank. 8vo. London. 1844. 

Three Volumes. 

Auriol: or. The Elixir of Life. Being "Rev- 



elations of London; First Series." Illustrations by "Phiz." 
Crown 8vo. London. 184o. 

Portrait inserted, and original wrappers preserved. 

Old Saint Paul's: A Tale of the Plague 



AND the Fire. Xew Edition. With Illustrations by 
John Franklin and H. K. Browne. Crown 8vo. Lon- 
don. 1847. 

Etched extra-title, and original covers preserved. 

Crichton. Third Edition, Revised. With Il- 



lustrations by Hablot K. Browne. Crown 8vo. London. 
1849. 

Etched extra-title, and original covers preserved. 

James the Second: or, The Revolution of 



1688. An Historical Romance. 12mo. London. 1849. 

Three Volumes. 
Illustration by S. W. Buss. 

The Flitch of Bacon: or. The Custom of 



DuNMOW. A Tale of English Home. With Illustrations 
by John Gilbert. 12mo. London. 18.54. 

Original covers preserved. 

The Lancashire Witches: A Romance of 



Pendle Forest. Third Edition. Illustrated by John Gil- 
bert. CroAvn 8vo. London. 1854. 

Original covers preserved. 



[9 Continued^ 

Ballads: Romantic, Fantastical, and Hu- 
morous. Illustrated l)y John Gilbert. 12in(). London. 
185.). 

Orioiiuil covers preserved. 

The Spendthrift: A TxVle. AVitli Illustra- 



tions by Hablot K. Browne. Crown 8vo. Loudon. 18.57. 
Original covers preserved. 

The Star-Chamber: An Historical Ro- 



mance. Illustrated by "Phiz," Crown 8vo. London. 
18.57. 

Original covers preserved. 

jNIeryyn Clitheroe. Illustrated bv Hablot K. 



Browne. Crown 8vo. London. 1858. 
Original covers preserved. 

OviNGDEAN Grange: A Tale of the South 



Downs. Illustrated by Hablot K. Browne. Crown 8vo. 
London. 1860. 

Original covers preserved. 

The Constable of the Toaver: An Histor- 



ical Romance. Illustrated by John Gilbert. 12mo. 
London. 1861. 

Three A'olumes. 

Original covers preserved. 

■ The Lord Mayor of London: or. City Life 



IN THE Last Century. 12mo. London. 1862. 

Three Volumes. 
Original covers preserved. 



[9 Continued] 

Cardinal Pole : or. The Days of Philip and 

Mary. An Historical Romance. 12mo. London. 1863. 

Three Volumes. 
Original covers preserved. 

John Law: The Projector. 12mo. Lon- 
don. 1864. 

Three Volumes. 
Original covers preserved. 

The Spanish Match : or^ Charles Stuart at 

Madrid. 12mo. London. 1865. 

Three Volumes. 
Original covers preserved. 

The Constable de Bourbon. 12mo. London. 

1866. 

Three Volumes. 
Original covers preserved. 

Old Court. A Novel. 12mo. London. 1867. 

Three Volumes. 
Original covers preserved. 

Myddleton Pomfret. a Novel. 12mo. Lon- 



don. 1868. 

Three Volumes. 
Original covers preserved. 

Hilary St. Ives. A Novel. 12mo. London. 



1870. 

Three Volumes. 
Original covers preserved. 

- — — Boscobel: or. The Royal Oak. A Tale of the 
Year 1651. Illustrated by I. H. Rimbault. 12mo. Lon- 
don. 1872. 

Three Volumes. 
Original covers preserved. 



[9 Continued] 

The Good Old Times: The Story of the 

Manchester Rebels of '45. 12mo, London. 1873. 

Three Volumes. 
Original cavers preserved. 

Merry England: or^ Nobles and Serfs. 



12mo. London. 1874. 

Three Volumes. 

Original covers preserved. 

Preston Fight: or^ The Insurrection of 



1715. A Tale. 12mo. London. 1875. 

Three Volumes. 
Orig-inal covers preserved. 

The Goldsmith^s Wife. A Tale. 12mo. 



London. 1875. 

Three Volumes. 

Original covers preserved. 

The Leaguer of Lathom: A Tale of the 



Civil War in Lancashire. 12mo. London. 1876. 

Three Volumes. 
Original covers preserved. 

The Fall of Somerset. 12mo. London. 



1877. 

Three volumes. 
Original covers preserved. 

— Beatrice Tyldesley. 12mo. London. 1878. 

Three Volumes. 



Beau Nash: or^ Bath in the Eighteenth 

Century. 12mo. London. [1879.] 

Three Volumes. 
Original covers preserved. 



[9 Continued^ 

Staxi.ey Breretox. 12mo. London. [1881.] 

Three Volumes. 

Original covers preserved. 
Together, 85 vohimes. London: v. d., v, s. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, with a floriated design 
gold-tooled on backs, inside edges in dentelle, gilt top, uncut, by 
Riviere. 

10 ALBUM. 

Autograph Letters from the Empress Josephine 
AND Queen Hortense, all addressed to JNIonsieur le 
Co^ite 1)E Lavalette. With numerous rare Portraits, and 
other interesting historical matter. Folio. 

This Unique collection contains 11 autograph letters, 6 
portraits, etc., etc. Enclosed is a certificate vouching for the 
authenticity of the autographs and writings from the French ex- 
pert on autographs, Noel Charavay, dated May 31, 1900. In- 
cluded are the following: 

Portrait of Bonaparte, in color. 

A. L. S. of Napoleon I to the "Ministre dc la Guerre," dated 
Paris, le 21 frimaire an XII de la Rcpuhlique Fran9aise. Signed 
''Bonaparte." 

A. L. S. of Napoleon I to Monsieur le Due de C'avour []\Ion- 
sieur !Mencval, his secretary], dated April 20, 1812. Signed 
".Y. B.' 

Portraits of the Enij)ress Josephine, in color : one by Isa- 
bey. (2) 

A. L. S. from the Empress Josephine to le Comte de Lavalette, 
with an addressed envelope and seal. Signed "Josephine.'' (5) 

Original Bills of Josephine, dated 1809. (i) 

An engravL'd portrait of "la Heine Hortense." 

A. L. S. of Queen Hortense, to le Comte de Lavalette, dated 
1821, 1824, 1827, 1829. Signed "Hortense." (-!■) 

A. L. S. of Eugene Beauharnais, dated Dec. 18, 1815. Signed 
"Pr. Eugene." 

An Engraving of a Seal, bearing tlie Imperial arms and like- 
nesses of Napoleon and Josephine. 

Full dark green crushed levant morocco, witli gold-tooled 
borders, doublure of wine-colored leatlier, richly decorated in gold 



[10 Coil till lied ] 

ill till' l'',inpiiT stvlr, with wreaths hiaiin<;- the initial .1, the 
Napoleonic bcc, etc., flics of orccii hrocndcd-silk, ^ilt ed^cs, by 
Chainbollc-Duru. 

11 ALBUM. 

Bei{u\% Duchess de. Ai.Ru:\r; once beeongixg to the 
Duchess de Berry; contaiiiino- 36 Autograph Letters, 
Sioned Documents, Official Conmuinications, etc., etc., of 
the Kings and Queens of France from Francis I to Henry, 
Comte de Chamhord. the heir to the throne after the estab- 
h'shment of the Repuhhc. ^Vlso, 7 rare ])rints ilhistrating 
events during the period, and 42 beautiful folio engraved 
portraits, exceedingly rare and choice, of French royal 
personages. All mounted on hea^ y paper with protecting 
flies. Oblong folio. 

This nni(iue volume contains letters and prints in absolutely 
perfect condition. The authenticity' of these writings is vouched 
for by Noel Charavay, the French expert in autographs, who ex- 
amined them in 1899, and gives his certificate, which is enclosed, 
dated Ma}' 31, 1900, of their genuineness. 

A list of the documents, autographs, and prints follows : 

A. L. S. of Fran9ois I"^^ a Leo X, dated April, 1518, with 
seal. Signed "Francois." 

A. L. S. of Alienor d'Autriche, fennne de Fran(,'ois I"^", dated 
3Iarch 28, 1530. A'ellum. Signed icith a monogram. 

A. L. S. of Henry II. dated July 22, 1551, with seal. Signed 
"Henry." 

A. L. S. of Catherine de ^ledicis, dated August, 1587. Signed 
"Catherine." 

A. L. S. of Francois II, dated 1559, on parchment. Signed 
"Francois." 

A. L. S. of Charles IX, dated January, 1568, to the Due 
d'Anjou, with seal. Signed "Cliartes." 

A. L. S. of Isabellc, fenunc de Charles IX, dated February, 
1582. Signed "Isahelte." 

A. L. S. of Henri HI, dated Paris, March 10, 1585. Signed 
"Henri." 

A. L. S. of Louise de Piedmont, femme de Henri HI. with 
seal, dated September, 159-i. Signed zcith a monogram. 



[11 Continued^ 

A. L. S. of Henry IV, dated July, 1577. Signed "Henry." 

A. L. S. of Marguerite de Valois, I"^"^ femme de Henry IV. 
Signed "Marguerite." 

A. L. S. of Marie de Medicis. Signed "Marie." 

A. L. S. of Gabrielle d'Estrees, Duchesse de Beaufort. Signed 
"Gabrielle d'Estrees." 

A. L. S. of Louis XIII a M. de Montbazon, dated August, 
1627, signed "Louis"; and another D. S. dated 1606, signed 
"Louis." An official document. 

A. L. S. of Anne of Austria, fenime de Louis XIII, dated 
December 6, 1657. Signed "Anne." 

A. L. S. of Cardinal Richelieu, with seal. Signed "Ecard de 
Richelieu." 

A. L. S. of Louis XIV a son cousin Prince Rogolzi, dated 
June, 1707, with seal. Signed "Louis." 

A. L. S. of Marie Therese d'Autriche, a "Nostre Tressainct 
Pere le Pape," dated April, 1661, with seals. Signed "Marie 
Zevege." 

A. L. S. of Marquise de Maintenon. Signed "Maintenon." 

A. L. S. of Olimpe de Mancini, Comtesse de Soissons, dated 
January 31, 1676. Signed "Olimpe de Mancini, Comtesse de 
Soissons." 

A. L. S. of Cardinal Mazarin, dated July 3, 1649. With seal. 
Signed "Ecard Mazarini." 

A. L. S. of Messire Nicholas Foucquet. Signed "Foucquet." 

A. L. S. of Marie, Princesse de Pologne, Reine de France et 
de Navarre, on parchment, dated April, 1766. Signed "Marie." 

A. L. S. of Marquise de Pompadour a le Due Daiguillon, 
with seal. 

A. L. S. of la Comtesse du Barry, dated 1779. Signed "La 
Comtesse du Barry." 

D. S. of Louis X^'I, dated April, 1788. An official document. 
Signed "Louis." 

A. L. S. of ]\Iarie Antoinette, dated 1783. Signed "Marie 
Antoinette." 

A. L. S. of Louis XVIII a son Frere, dated February 16, 
1820. Signed "Louis." 

A. L. S. of ]\Iarie Josephine Louise de Savoie, femme de 
Louis XVIII, dated June Si, 1780. Signed "Marie Josephine 
Louise." 



[11 Coiilintu'd] 

I). S. of Cliarlcs X, dated Feb. 10, 1792. An official printed 
(locunitnt on parclinient. Si<>-ned "Charles VJulippc.'' 

1). S. of INlaric Tliercse, Princess de Savoic, Conitcsse 
d'Artois, dated 1786, with seal. An official document, on ])arcli- 
nient. Signed "Marie Louise." 

A. L. S. of Louis Philippe a le ("onitc Davous, dated Nov. 
20, IS-'^f). Sionod ''Louis I'hilippe." 

A. L. S. of INlarie Anielie, reine de Louis Philippe, dated 
April, 1835. 

A. L. S. of Marie Caroline, Duchcsse de Berri, dated April 
25, 18-13. Signed "Marie Caroline." 

A. L. S. of Henry, Comte de ("hanibord, and heir to tlic French 
throne. Dated June 28, 1844. 

Portraits ; Rare Engravings, Lithographs, and Colored Prints, 
mostly in folio, of Fran9ois I, Alienor, Henr}' II, Catherine de 
Medicis, Fran9ois II, Charles IX, Henry III, Queen Louise, 
Henry IV, Marguerite de Valois, IMarie de INIedicis, d'Estrees, 
Louis XIII, Queen Anne, Cardinals Richelieu and Mazarin, Louis 

XIV, Marie Therese, Maintenon, Olimpe de ]\Iancini, Foucquet, 
Queen Marie, Marquise de Pompadour, Comtesse du Barry, Ludwig 

XV, Caroline Ferdinande Louise, Diane de Poitiers, ]Mary Queen of 
Scots, Frederick of Denmark and Norway, Louise de Lorraine, 
Christophile de Thou, Ludwig XIII, Nell Gwynne, Frederic, Louis 
XVII, Marie Antoinette, Louis XVI, Louis XVIII, Marie Jose- 
phine, Charles X, ]Marie Therese, Louis Philippe, ]Marie Amelie, 
Marie Caroline, and Henry: — all being rare engraved portraits by 
Lefevre, Lignon, Dupin, Cathelin, Legrand, Louvion, Bartolozzi, 
florin, Falck. Petit, AVille, Tardicu, Baudemont, Gudin, Chasteau, 
Edelinck, Montague, De Leu, TAiMnessin, Porbus, Halbeeck, L. 
Gaultier, Mafne, Lubin, ]Moncornet, Littret, Le Beau, GifFart, 
and Nanteuil; after paintings by Marilly, Schenan, Van Loo, 
Fran9ois, Van Mot, Janet, Gossc, Hesse, Bonet, Dumont, Parrocel, 
Lely, Zuccheri, Drouais, Holl, Gerard, and Winterhalter. 

Among the rarer prints are: "The Procession of the League 
against Henry IV," 1593; "Massacre de Henry le Grand" 1610; 
"La Joye de la France" 1638; "Les Tresors de In Paix"; "Repre- 
sentation exacte du Grand Collier en Brillants des S''-s Boohmer 
et Bassenge" (Diamond Necklace) ; "Tu licvcs en Lui," etc., by 
Janet, Gasp, Falck, etc., etc. 

Full purple crushed morocco, with borders of inlaid panels in 
yrllow, red, and green leathers, center panel of cream-colored 



[11 Continued] 

leather with the portico of the Pantheon inhaid in green, red, and 
brown, and gold-tooled, doublure and flies of green watered-silk, 
edges gilt on the rough, by Simier. 

12 ALBUM. 

Album Artistique de la Reine Hortense [Eugenie 
de Beauharnais]. Livre d'Art de la Reine Hortense. Une 
Visite a Augsburg, Esquisse Biographique, Lettres, Des- 
sins et JNIusique. Paris: Hengcl S^ Cic, Editeurs. Ob- 
long 4to. 

Unique. Extra-Illustrated by the insertion of numerous 
choice and beautiful plates ; chromolithographs, etchings, litho- 
graphs, and engravings, many in color; of Hortense, Napoleon I, 
Josephine, Louis Xapoleon, Alexander I, etc., by Adam, Bazin, 
Morinet, Lignon, Thibault, Giroux, Ruct; after Meissonier, Lemer- 
cier, Zimermann, Gerard, Schcffer, Yigncron, Lethiere, and otiiers ; 
two Autograph Letters of Louis Xapoleon, one of Hortense ; the 
Hopwood colored plates of the court dress of the period, etc., etc., 
each mounted on a hinge, witli borders of gold and black. 

Full light green crushed levant morocco, panels tooled with the 
Napoleonic bee, and tlie H and Crown, doublure of levant, with 
purple borders and cream-colored panels, with the bee, the H and 
Crown, and violets tooled in gold, flies of brocaded-silk, gilt edges, 
by Ritter. 

13 ALBUM. 

Marie-Louise [of Austria], Imperatrice des Frax- 
CAis, 2'= Femme de Xapoleon I^k. Precieuse Correspon- 
dance de ^Marie-Louise a ]Marie-Amelie, alors duchesse 
d'Orleans; Colorno, Parme, 1816-1821. 20 pages in 8vo. 
jMounted on heavy paper. With 6 exceedingly rare por- 
traits (1 in color) ; of Xapoleon I, Marie Louise (3) and 
Le Due de Reichstadt (2), by ]Mecon, Martinet, Auber, 
Schiavoni, and Isabey. 

This UNIQUE collection also contains an A. L. S. of Napoleon 
1 to Monsieur Perregaux, signed "Xapoleon," dated at "Milan le 
20 florcal an 13," with the envelope and seal. 

Full red morocco, with clusters of roses in center, and borders 
of flowers and scroll designs, doublure and flies of green watered- 
silk, with the Napoleonic arms, gilt edges, b>' Olivicrt. 



14 ALBUM. 

Xapoi.kon 1'" KT Son Tkmps. Auto^raplies et Gravures. 
Containing 03 Auto<>ra])Ii I^etters, 20.) portraits (mostly 
colored), 13 plates illustrative of Napoleon's Life, etc., etc. 
Oblong 4to. 

Tliose unique and original luNtoi-ira] (locuiuciits ai'c vouclicd 
for l)y the autograj)h expert, Noel Cliurava^-, of Paris, to whom 
thej were submitted for examination. His certificate is enclosed. 

Included in this collection are the following: 

A. L. S. of Carchnal Fesch, (hited Rome, 2fi Germinal an 12, 
to General Hedonville. Sioned '''Le Cardinal Fesch." 

A. L. S. of Joseph Bonaparte, dated Pliiladelpliia, Feb. 15, 
1818. Signed ''Joscphr 

A. L. S. of Lucieii Bonaparte k Le Ministre de Tlnterieur, 
dated Paris, le 29 Thermidor an 8. Signed "/>. Bonaparte.''' 

A. L. S. of Louis Napoleon a ^Monsieur Gaudin, dated Sept. 
17, 1807. Signed "Loui.'i." 

A. L. S. of Queen Hortensc, dated ^lay, 1832. Signed "Hor- 
tcnse.'' 

A. L. S. of Caroline Murat, dated March 28, 1820. 

Also a 2-pagc sheet in the boyish handwriting of Fran^H)is, 
the Due de Reichstadt ; the autographs in letters and official docu- 
ments of Louis Napoleon, ]\Iarie Julie, la fenime de I>ucien Bona- 
parte, Jerome Bonaparte, [Marie Anne Elisa, Pauline Bonaparte, 
Murat, Eugene, Auguste Amelie, Ney, Beurnonville, Macdonald, 
Lefebre, Suchet, Junot, Soult, Talleyrand, Bessieres, Rapp, Kel- 
lermann, Bertrand, Lcs Cases, Bourrienne, Gourgaud, ]\Iontholon, 
Marchand, and twenty-nine others. 

Also rare portraits, some proof impressions, and many in 
color; of Napoleon I, Charles and Lactitia Bonaparte, Cardinal 
Fesch, Josephine, Hortcnse, Joseph Napoleon, Fran9ois, Due de 
Reichstadt, [Marie Julie, Lucien and Jerome Bonaparte, Catherine, 
Louis Napoleon, Pauline Bonaparte, Caroline [Murat, Murat, Les 
Cases, Talleyrand, Bertrand, Marie Louise, Eugene de Beau- 
harnais, all of Napoleon's [Marshals and Generals, etc., etc. En- 
graved by [Hopwood, Scvius, Pigeot, Gottschik, Bosselman, Bovinet, 
[Mccon, Steinmiiller, Pound, Benoist, Lunt, WolfFc, Chollet, [Huot, 
Giroux, Dclpech, Charlet, [Manduison, Menul, Geoffroy, Dohei'tv, 
Portman, Pedretti, Fromentin, Desjardins, Goutiere, Fourniei, 
Bulland, etc., etc., after paintings by Girodet, Gerard, Isabey, 



[14 Continued^ 

Sandoz, Lefevre, Desnojers, Girard, Marcke, Boudon, Rittner, 
Waltner, Gihant, Vautier, Bordes, Ender, Delorme, Elmerich, 
Gouband, Millet, Philippoteaux, etc., etc. 

Also 13 plates illustrative of Napoleon's Life; including 
"Entree des Fran^ais dans Milan, MosTcow, Vienne, Berlin," etc., b} 
Vernet, Compte, Couche, and Swebach; "Predilection de la Famille 
Bonaparte," by Raffet; "Le Couronnement," by Marchais ; etc., 
etc., by David, Gerai'd, Couche, and others. 

Also a jjrinted Original Proclamation from Napoleon to his 
Army (4 pp.) dated March, 1815. 

Full dark green crushed levant morocco, with the Napoleonic 
arms in gold in center of covers, with Grecian borders, doublure 
of cream-colored crushed levant morocco, with gold-tooled bees 
and inlaid violets in mosaic, wide bands of lilac morocco, gold- 
tooled flies of pink silk, gilt edges, by David. 

15 ALDINE POETS. 

The Aldine Edition of the British Poets. A col- 
lected set of First Editions, viz. : 

Akenside. London. 1835. 

Beattie. London. 1831. 

— Burns. London. 1839. 

Three Volumes. 

— — — Butler. London. 1835. 



Two Volumes. 

Chaucer. London. 1845. 

Six Volumes. 

Churchill. London. 1844. 

Three Volumes. 

Collins. London. 1830. 

Cowper. London. 1830. 

Three Volumes. 

Dryden. London. 1832. 

Four Volumes. 



[L> Cofitinued] 

Falconer. London. 1836. 

Goldsmith. London. 1831. 

Gray. London. 1847. 

Milton. London. 1832. 



Three Volumes. 

Parnell. London. 1833. 

Pope. London. 1831. 

Three Volumes. 

Prior. London. 1835. 

Two Volumes. 

Shakespeare. London. 1832. 

— - — — Spenser. London. 1839. 

Five Volumes. 

Surrey. London. 1831. 

• Swift. London. 1833. 

Three Volumes. 

Thomson. London. 1830. 

Two Volumes. 

White. London. 1830. 

— Wyatt. London. 1831. 

Young. London. 1834. 

Two Volumes. 

Together, 53 volumes. ICmo. With the vignette. 
London: William Pickering, v. d. 

Full polished calf, with the Aldine device gold-tooled on the 
sides, titles on inlaid blue morocco, gilt edges, by Zaehnsdorf. 



16 ALEXANDER, William. [Earl of Stirling.] 

A Par.f.xesis to the Prince. By William Alexander 
of Menstrie. 4to. London: Printed bi/ Richard Field for 
Edward Blount. 1604. 

First Edition of a very I'f^i'e book. 

Full crimson crushed levant morocco, Avith a wide border on 
sides in square compartments of inlaid orange and brown morocco 
upon which are tooled delicate scroll and geometrical figures with 
background in pointille, title in center panel, edges gilt on the 
rough, by Riviere. 

17 AMERICAN SPORTSMAN'S LIBRARY, The. 

The American Sportsman^s Library. Edited by Cas- 
par Whitney. 

The Deer Fa^mily. By Theodore Roosevelt, 

T. S. Van Dyke, D. G. Elhott, and A. J. Stone. Illus- 
trated by Carl Rungius and others, i^eiv York. 1902. 

Upland Game Birds. By Edwin Sandys and 

T. S. Van Dyke. Illustrated. New York. 1902. 

Salmon and Trout. By Dean Sage, C. H. 



Townsend, H. jNI. Smith, and William C. Harris. Illus- 
trated. New York. 1902. 

The Waterfowl Family. By L. C. Sanford, 

L. B. Bishop, and T. S. Van Dyke. New York. 1903. 

Bass, Pike, Perch and others. By James A. 

Henshall, INI.D., author of "Book of the Black-Bass," 
New York. 1903. 

With many illustrations by Martin Justice and others. 

The Big Game Fishes of the LTnited States. 

By Charles Frederick Holder. New York. 1903. 

Witli many illustrations by C. F. W. :Mielatz. 

The Sporting Dog. By Joseph A. Graham. 

With many illustrations. New York. 1904. 



[IT ConliiiNCil] 

]MusK-ox, BisoN^ Sheep and Goat. By Caspar 

Whitney, Geor(>e Bird Grinnell, and Owen Wister. New 
York. 1904. 

With many illustrations by Carl RLin<^iu.s. 

American Yachting. By W, P. Stephens. 



New York. 1904. 

With many illustrations b}' E. A. SchoU and Carlton T. 
Chapman. 

The Trotting and the Pacing Horse in 



America. By Hamilton Bushey. AVto York. 1904. 

Witli manv illustrations from ])hotooraphs. 

Guns, Ammunition, and Tacki>e. By Cap- 



tain R. W. INIoney, Horace Kephart, W. E. Carlin, A. L. 
A. Himmelwright, and John Harrington Keene. With 
many illnstrations. New York. 1904. 

Lawn Tennis. Its Past, Present and Future. 



By J. Parmly Paret. To which is added a chapter on La- 
crosse hy Wilham Harvey INIaddren. With many ilhis- 
trations. New York. 1904. 

Photography for the Sportsman Natural- 



ist. By L. W. BrownelL New York. 1904. 

With nvmicrous ilhistrations from photographs. 

The American Thoroughbred. By Charles 



E. Trevathan. New York. 190.5. 

With manv illustrations from photographs. 

Riding and Driving. Riding. Bv Edward L. 



Anderson. Driving. Hints on the History, Housing, 
Harnessing and Handling of the Horse. By Price Col- 
lier. New York. 190.5. 

With 138 illustrations. 



[17 Continued~\ 

Rowing and Track Athletics. Rowing by 

Samuel Crowther. Track Athletics by Arthur Ruhl. 
New York. 1905. 

Together, 16 volumes, v. d. Svo. 

Edition-de-luxe, limited to 100 copies on hand-made paper, 
of which this is No. 20. 

Full dark green crushed levant morocco, gilt top, uncut, by 
Stikeman. 

18 AMHERST, The Hon. Alicia. 

A History of Gardening in England. By the Hon. 
Alicia Amherst. Second edition. Svo. London. 1896. 

With 68 illustrations. 

Full dark green crushed levant morocco, with the front cover 
gold-tooled with flowing flower-sprays and leaves, a similar scroll 
on the back cover, doublure and flies of light green silk, gilt edges, 
by Zaehnsdorf. 

19 ANDERSEN, Hans Christian. 

Fairy Tales. By Hans Christian Andersen. Newly 
translated by H. L. Breekstad, with an Introduction by 
Edmund Gosse. Illustrated by Hans Tegner. Large 
8vo. London. 1900. 

Two Volumes. 

Full blue crushed levant morocco, with an open panel on the 
front cover containing conventionalized flowers, inlaid in white 
levant in the top and bottom borders, doublure and flies of blue 
silk, gilt edges, by Zaehnsdorf. 

20 ANDERSEN, Hans Christian. 

Fairy Tales. Illustrated by Hans Tegner. Another 
copy. Large Svo. London. 1900. 

Two Volumes. 

Full blue crushed levant morocco, gold-tooled, doublure and 
flies of blue silk, gilt edges, by Zaehnsdorf. 



21 ANDEKSOX, Maky. 

A Few Meinfories. l?y ]Mary Anderson (]Mme. de 
Navarro). With Portraits. 8vo. Xctc York. 189G. 

Three Volumes. 

ExTKA-Ii,],usTUATKi), iuul cxtcuded to 3 volmiK's l)y the inser- 
tion of 2.50 phitos, with extra titles, and index to tlic phites, includ- 
ing: portraits of ]Mar_v Anderson in all her character roles, numer- 
ous photographs, some in color; })ortaits of celebrities and persons 
mentioned in the ''Memories," among wliom are Kean, Mrs. Bovers, 
Pator Anton, Booth, ^Nlacklin, Charlotte Cushman, Vandenhoff, de 
Bar, M'Cullough, Salvini, Ter'riss, Ellen TeiTy, Irving, Garrick, 
Mme. Ristori, Sarah Bcrnhai'dt, Fanny Ivcmble, Lerick, Macready, 
etc., etc. ; numerous play bills ; Spy's caricatures in color of Glad- 
stone and the Prince of Wales ; engravings by Findcn, Tardieu, 
Roffe, Foumier, and others ; newspaper clippings ; pictures of 
places and scenes visited by ]\Iary Anderson ; also, an Autograph 
Letter; Clarke's Sonnets to Mary Anderson, 1884; the "Cincin- 
nati Festival Souvenir, 1883," in color, etc., etc. 

Half dark blue cruslied levant, gilt top, uncut, by Stikeman. 

22 ANDREWS, William Loking. 

Jean Grolier de Seryier^ Viscount d'Aguisy. Some 
Account of His Life and of His Famous Library. With 
14 plates in color. 8vo. New York: The De Vinnc Press. 
1892. 

One of 140 copies printed on hand-made paper. 

Full crimson crushed levant morocco, decorated in a Grolier 
design of intertwining ribbons of inlaid black, red, and green 
leathers, with gold lines and segments, doublure and flies of the 
same colored morocco, with borders of rose leaves, with the original 
covers preserA^ed, gilt top, uncut, by Zaehnsdorf. 

23 ANDREWS, William Loring. 

Roger Payne and His Art. A Short Account of His 
Life and Work as a Binder. Illustrated with 11 colored 
plates. 8vo. Neic York: Printed at the De Vinne Press. 
1892. 

Japax-paper Copy. One of 10 copies on Japan pa])er; a 
presentation copy to William [Matthews, to whom the book is dedi- 



[23 Continued^ 

cated, with an autograph letter of W. L. Andrews dated Feb. 7, 
1892, inserted. 

Full green crushed levant morocco, tooled in gold in a Roger 
Payne design, inside borders gold-tooled, gilt top, uncut, by Stike- 
man. 

24 ANDREWS, William Loring. 

The Bradford JVIap. The City of New York at the 
Time of the Granting of the Montgomerie Charter. A 
description thereof compiled by William Loring Andrews. 
To accompany a facsimile of an actual survey made by 
James Lyne, and printed by William Bradford in 1731. 
Small 4to. New York: Printed at the De Vinne Press. 
1893. 

One of 142 copies printed on plate paper. With 51 illustra- 
tions taken from rare prints of old New York. 

Full dark green crushed levant morocco, with borders of fil- 
leted, mitered, and dotted lines, broken on the sides by a design of 
acanthus leaves, doublure of red crushed levant morocco, with den- 
telle borders, flics of red watered-silk, edges gilt on the rough, with 
the original cloth covers preserved, by the Club Bindery. 

25 ANDREWS, William Loring. 

"Among ISIy Books." [Verses by Samuel Minturn 
Peck.] 8vo. Printed for William Loring Andrews at the 
De Vinne Press. New York. 1894. 

The illustrations consist of 4 colored reproductions of bind- 
ings, 9 artotype illustrations, and 14 black-and-white engravings. 
There is also added a proof on vellum of the author's book-plate 
engraved (and signed) by E. D. French. 

Veli,um Copy, No. 1 of 2 copies so printed. Tlie entire edi- 
tion consisted of two copies on vellum, ten copies on Japan paper, 
and thirty-eight copies on Holland paper. 

Full dark blue crushed levant morocco, with an elaborate 
Oriental design on tlie covers, consisting of an outside border of 
inlaid red levant gold-tooled, corner-pieces of inlaid yellow levant, 
and a large center-piece of inlaid red levant, with small flowers in- 
laid in yellow, red, and green morocco, the whole decorated with 
Le Gascon gold-tooling, doublure and flics of white vellum, edges 
gilt on the rough, by the Club Bindery. 




25. Andrews: Among My Books 
Bound by the Club Bindery' 



26 xVNDREWS, William Loring. 

A Stray Leaf from the Correspondence of Wash- 
ington Irving and Charles Dickens. By William Lor- 
ing Andrews. Square 12mo. Printed at the De Vinne 
Press, Netc York. 1894. [Vignettes on title.] And em- 
bellished with engravings on copper and zinc. 

With seven illustrations, two of which are engravings by E. D. 
French. No. 59 of an edition of 77 copies, all on Japan paper. 

Full brown crushed levant morocco, with an open panel inlaid 
in olive green levant and gold-tooled, doublure of olive green 
levant with a diaper of small gold-tooled flowers, flies of olive green 
ribbed-silk, edges gilt on the rough, with the original cloth covers 
preserved, by the Club Bindery. 

27 ANDREWS, William Loring. 

The Old Booksellers of New York and Other Pa- 
pers. By William Loring Andrews. [Device.] 8vo. 
189.5. 

Japan-paper copy. One of ten copies pi'inted on Imperial 
Japan paper, with an additional proof of each plate before letters. 

Full dark blue crushed levant, with beautifully decorated backs 
and sides after the style of Le Gascon, inside edges in dentelle, 
doublure and flies of red watered-silk, with the original cloth covers 
preserved, by the Club Bindery. 

28 ANDREWS, William Loring. 

A Short Historical Sketch of the Art of Book- 
binding by William L. Andrews. With a Description of 
the Prominent Styles by William Matthew^s. Square 12mo. 
New York. 1895. 

With 6 illustrations of bindings. The edition consisted of 50 
copies on Japan paper. 

Full dark green crushed levant morocco, with a wide border of 
inlaid bands of 3'ellow levant decorated with gold-tooling, doub- 
lure of dark red crushed levant with a simple gold-tooled border, 
flies of dark red ribbed-silk, edges gilt on the rough, b}" the Club 
Bindery. 



29 ANDREWS, William Loring. 

Ax Essay on the Portraiture of the American 
Revolutionary War. Being an Account of a number of 
the Engraved Portraits connected therewith, remarkable 
for their raritj^ or otherwise interesting. By Wilham Lor- 
ing Andrews. Illustrated with reproductions by the Photo- 
gravure Process of twenty of the Original Engravings. 
8vo. New York. 1896. 

Japan-paper Copy. Tlie edition consisted of 185 copies on 
hand-made paper, and 15 copies on Imperial Japan paper. 

Full dark blue crushed levant morocco with a geometrical de- 
sign in panels outlined with bands of inlaid yellow morocco and 
with parallel gold-tooled lines, with ornaments of inlaid yellow 
morocco, and gold-tooling, doublure of yellow crushed levant 
morocco, with a dentclle border inlaid in blue crushed levant, flies 
of light brown silk, gilt edges, by the Club Bindery. 

30 ANDREWS, William Loring. 

An Essay on the Portraiture of the American 
Revolutionary War. Etc. A Holland paper copy. 
8vo. New York. 1896. 

One of 185 copies on hand-made paper. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, with side panels of leafy 
sprays, borders on sides, back, and inside covers of filleted lines, 
doublure of red crushed levant morocco, with red watered-silk flies, 
gilt edges, by the Club Bindery. 

31 ANDREWS, William Loring. 

A Prospect of the Colledges in Cambridge in New 
England . . . Engraved by Wm. Burgis in 1726. 
The Description compiled by William Loring Andrews. 
8vo. [Vignette.] Published and for sale by Dodd, Mead 
and Company, New York. 1897. 

Japax-paper Copy, one of an edition of 25 copies on Impenal 
Japan paper and 115 copies on hand-made paper. With a dupli- 
cate set of the 6 plates on etching paper. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, with the sides divided into 
rectangular panels by double filleted gold-tooled lines, and filled 



[31 Continued] 

with dcntelle tooling, the hirgc coiitor panel containing an arched 
doorway outlined with gold-tooled lines, doublure of red crushed 
levant with a simple gold-tooled line border, flies of red watered- 
silk, gilt edges, with the original cloth covers preserved, bv the 
Club Bindery. 

32 ANDREWS, William Loring. 

New A]msterdam, Xew Oraxge, New York. A 
Chronologically Arranged Account of Engraved Views of 
the City from the First Picture published in MDCLI until 
the year MDCCC. By William Loring Andrews. [Vign- 
ette in color.] 8vo. Published and For Sale by Dodd, 
Mead <^ Co. New York. Anno Domini 1897. 

One of 170 copies on American hand-made paper. 

Illustrated with 2 photo-engravings in color, 31 photogravures 
on copper, 8 maps in photogravure, and 14 line engravings on 
copper by E. D. French. 

Full orange cinished levant morocco, with borders on sides and 
back of inlaid green morocco, elaborately tooled in dcntelle, Avith 
anus and seal of "New Amsterdam" tooled in corners, doublure of 
green crushed levant morocco, with borders of flowers, flies of 
brocaded-silk, edges gilt on the rough, by the Club Bindery. 

33 ANDREWS, William Loring. 

Fragments of American History. Illustrated solely 
by the works of those of our own engravers who flourished 
in the XVlIIth Century. [Vignette.] 12mo. Privatclj/ 
printed for William Loring Andrews. New York. 1898. 

Japax-paper Copy. One of 30 copies printed on Imperial 
Japan paper. With 18 plates illustrative of early American his- 
torical events taken from old prints, some in color, and a few 
portraits. 

Full dark green crushed levant morocco, with a gold-tooled 
})anel on the covers, doublure of red crushed levant with a border 
of bands of inlaid black levant and gold-tooling, flies of dark- 
green watered-silk, edges gilt on the rough, by the Club Bindery. 



34 ANDREWS, William Loring. 

Fragments of American History, Etc. A Holland 
paper copy. 12mo. Privately printed for William Loring 
Andretcs. Netc York. 1898. 

One of 80 copies printed on hand-made paper. 

Full brown crushed levant morocco, with border of filleted and 
pointille lines, doublure of dark blue levant morocco, tooled cor- 
ners and edges, brocaded-silk flies, edges gilt on the rough, by 
tlie Club Bindery. 

35 ANDREWS, William Loring. 

A Trio or Eighteenth Century French Engravers 
or Portraits in JNIiniature. Ficquet — Savart — Grate- 
loiip. William Loring Andrews. 8vo. New York. 1898. 

One of 161 copies on Imperial Japan paper. Illustrated with 
28 plates. Engraved title by E. D. French. 

Full dark blue crushed levant morocco, with richly tooled boi'- 
ders of scrolls, roses, doves, flaming torches, etc., a la Derome, 
doublure and flies of red watered-silk, edges gilt on the rough, with 
the original covers preserved, b}' Lortic. 

36 ANDREWS, William Loring. 

Sextodecimos et Infra. William Loring Andrews. 
8vo. New York. 1899. 

No. 114 of 140 copies printed on English hand-made plate 
paper. Illustrated with 25 full-page plates in color. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, Janseniste, (l()ul)lure of red 
crushed levant morocco, with an Aldine border, flies of red watered- 
silk, edges gilt on the rough, with the original covers preserved, by 
Meunier. 

37 ANDREWS, William Loring. 

Gossip About Book-Collecting. By William Loring 
Andrews. 12mo. New York. 1900. 

Two Volumes. 

Japan-paper copy, one of thirty-two copies on Imperial Japan 
paper; the entire edition consisting of 125 copies on Holland paper 
and 32 copies on Imperial Japan paper. 



[37 Continiicd] 

The illustrations consist of 3 en^ravin<)s on copper, by Sidnev 
L. Smith, 6 reproductions in color hy tlie Bicrstadt process of old 
bindino's and manuscripts, and 3 facsimiles of title-paoes. 

Full brown crushed levant morocco, with an inlaid border of a 
band of dark blue levant morocco with Aldine toolin<;-, backs deco- 
rated with inlaid ornaments and gold- tool in <>•, doublure of blue 
crushed levant morocco, with a paneled border tooled with straight 
lines and Aldine ornaments, flies of light brown watered-silk, gilt 
to}), uncut, with the original paper covers j)reserved, bv Taffin. 

38 ANDREWS, William Loring. 

James IjYNe's Survey; or. As it is more commonly 
known, The Bradford JNlaj). A Plan of the City of Xew 
York at the Time of the Granting of the Montgomery 
Charter in 1731. 8vo. New York. 1900. 

One of 170 copies printed on Holland paper. With three fold- 
ing plates, being reproductions of the map in reduced size. 

Full dark blue crushed levant morocco, with borders of filleted, 
mitered, and dotted lines, broken on sides b}' a design of acanthus 
leaves, doublure of red crushed levant morocco, with dentelle bor- 
ders, with acanthus flowers in the corners, flies of red watered-silk, 
edges gilt on the rough, with the original cloth covers preserved, 
by the Club Bindery. 

39 ANDREWS, William Loring. 

The Iconography of the Battery and Casti>e Gar- 
den. By William Loring Andrews. [Vignette.] 8vo. 
New York: Charles Scrihner's Sons. 1901. 

Japax-paper copy. One of 33 copies printed on Imperial 
Japan paper. Illustrated by 20 plates, including a frontispiece 
in color, of plans and views of the Battery and Castle Garden. 

Full dark green crushed levant morocco, with border of com- 
partments of lines and dots, enclosing sprays of leaves, with shields 
bearing the arms of New Amsterdam in the corners, doublure of 
red crushed levant morocco, with gold-tooled borders, flies of green 
watered-silk, edges gilt on the rough, by the Club Bindery. 

40 ANDREWS, William Loring. 

Paltl Revere and his Engraving. By William Loring 
Andrews. 8vo. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1901. 



[40 Continued~\ 

Japan-paper Copy, one of 35 copies on Imperial Japan paper. 
With a frontispiece in colors, an engraved title-page by E. D. 
French, 16 illustrations, and head-and-tail pieces engraved by 
Sidney L. Smith. 

Full dark brown crushed levant morocco, with heavy gold- 
tooling on the covers in the style of Derome, doublure of red crushed 
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41 ANDREWS, William Loeing. 

BiBLIOPEGY IX THE UnITED StATES AND KiNDRED SUB- 
JECTS, ^y William Loring Andrews. 8vo. Dodd, Mead 
and Comj)any. New York. 1902. 

Japax-paper Copy, one of 36 copies on Imperial Japan paper 
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Bindery. 

42 ANDREWS, William Loring. 

BiBLIOPEGY IN THE UnITED StATES AND KiNDRED SUB- 
JECTS. By William Loring Andrews. 8vo. N'eto York. 
1902. 

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Club Bindery. 



MMM 




4:2. Andrews: Bibliopegy in the United States 
Bound by the Club Bindery 



43 ANDREWS, William Loring. 

The Treatyse of Fysshynge wyth an Angle. From 
tlie Book of St. Albans, ])riTited by Wynkyn de Worde at 
Westminster in the year MCCCCLXXXXVI. With an 
introductory Essay ui)on the Contemplative Man's favorite 
Recreation. By William Loring Andrews. 8vo. New 
York. 1903. 

Edition limited to 160 copies on hand-made paper. With 
wood-cut iUustrations after the original edition. 

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Aldine tooling with small panels containing gold-tooled fish, dou- 
blure of dark blue crushed levant, flies of dark blue silk, edges gilt 
on the rough, b}- the Club Binder3\ 

44 ANDREWS, William Loring. 

New York as Washington Knew It After the 
Revolution. By AVilliam Loring Andrews. 8vo. New 
York. 1905. 

Japax-paper copy, one of 32 copies on Imperial Japan paper. 

The illustrations consist of 15 engravings by Sidney L. Smith 
and 3 facsimiles. With an engraved frontispiece by Sidney L. 
Smith. 

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crushed levant, flies of dark red watered-silk, edges gilt on the 
rough, with the original covers preserved, by the Club Bindery. 

45 ANDREWS, William Loring. 

An English XIX Century Sportsman Bibliopole 
AND Binder of Angling Books. [T. Gosden.] By Will- 
iam Loring Andrews. 8vo. New York. 1906. 

Japax-paper copy, one of 32 copies on Imperial Japan paper. 

The illustrations consist of 16 photogravures after old en- 
gravings, etc. With an engraved title-page by Sidney L. Smith. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, with the covers divided into 
geometrical compartments by bands of inlaid olive-green cruslied 



[45 Continued~\ 

levant, and decorated with delicate gold-tooling, doublure of red 
crushed levant, flies of dark red watered-silk, edges gilt on the 
rough, with the original covers preserved, by the Club Bindery. 

46 ANGLO-SAXON REVIEW, The. 

The Anglo-Saxon Review, A Quarterly Miscellany. 
Edited by Lady Randolph Spencer Churchill (Mrs. George 
Cornwallis-West) . Volumes I - IX, inclusive. June, 1899- 
September, 1901, being all the numbers published. 4to. 
Volume I - Vol. VI. John Lane, London and New York. 
1899-1900. Vol. VII -Vol. IX. London: 3Irs. George 
CornXicaUis-West, 1900-1901. 

Together, 10 volumes. 4to. v. d. 

A complete set of this magazine. 

Each part is in the original cover as issued, each number hav- 
ing been bound in facsimile of some beautiful example of a famous 
binder's work. 

47 ANTHOLOGY. 

The Universal Anthology. A Collection of the Best 
Literature, Ancient, JNIedijeval, and jNIodern. With Bio- 
graphical and Explanatory Notes. Edited by Richard 
Garnett, Keeper of Printed Books at the British Museum, 
London, 1851-1899; Leon Vallee, Librarian at the Biblio- 
theque Nationale, Paris, since 1871; Alois Brandl, Pro- 
fessor of Literature in the Imperial University of Berlin. 
Large 8vo. London and New York. [1899.] 

Thirty-three Volumes. 

Author's autograpli edition in English, limited to 100 sets, 
of which this is No. 51. Inscribed on the fly-leaf: "M. C. D. Borden, 
Esq., New York. With the compliments of Richard Garnett. Aug. 
6, 1901." 

With 197 illustrations, including 27 frontispieces and plates 
in color, and a duplicate set of the photogravure plates. 

Full dark green morocco, gilt top, uncut. 



48 APPERLEY, Charles James. 

Memoirs of the Life of the Late John Mytton, 
Esq., of Ilalston, Shropshire, formerly ]M.P. for Slirews- 
bury. With Xotices of His IIuiitiii'>-, Shooting, Driving, 
Racing, Eccentric and Extravagant Exploits. By Nimrod. 
With 20 illustrations by Henry Aiken. Xew Edition. 
With a jNIenioir of Nimrod. By R. S. Surtees. 4to. Lon- 
don. 1899. 

No. 27 of 50 copies printed on Large Paper. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, with filleted borders on sides, 
and backs decorated witli a horse-head, fox-head, horse-shoe and 
whip, and bit, frilt top, uncut, with the original covers preserved. 

49 ARABIAX NIGHTS. 

The Arabian Nights. In Five Volumes. Translated 
by The Reverend Edward Forster. With engravings from 
Pictures by Robert Smirke, R.A. 4to. London: Printed 
for William MiUer, Old Bond-Street. 1802. 

Five Volumes extended to Twelve. 

Extra-Illustkated, and extended from 5 to 12 volumes, by 
the insertion of 842 plates, being illustrations to the "Nights," por- 
traits, vignettes, views, head-and-tail pieces, etc. ; Etchings, Photo- 
gravures, Lithogi-aphs, Engravings, etc. 

Among the rarer illustrations are: "The Supper," "Jewish 
Physician," "The Hunchback," "Christian Merchant," "The Pur- 
veyor," "Merchant's Story," "Officious Barber," "Taylor's Story," 
"Physician's Story," "Purveyor's Story," "Bacbouc," "Bacbarah," 
"Backbac," "Alcouz," "Alnaschar," '"Recovery of Hunchback," 
"Schacabac," all by Smirke, and engraved in stipple by Daniel; a 
Lithograph Portrait of Capt. Sir Richard F. Burton, with proof 
of same; Portrait of Galland, by Rigaud, engraved by Morel; 
another Portrait of Galland, by Cazon ; Illustrations to the 
"Arabian Nights" in series : by Ford, in the Burton Edition ; by 
Wattier, proof impressions ; by Stothard, proof impressions ; by 
Courtin, proof impressions ; by Westall, with a duplicate set of 
proof impressions ; by Lalauze, ai-tists' proofs ; by Letchfoi'd, in 
photogravure, with an enlarged set in duplicate of artists' proofs. 



[49 Continucd'\ 

in tint; and the woodcut titles, vignettes, and illustrations to the 
Knight Edition of the "Arabian Nights." 

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tained in the Lane Edition ; and a series of modern illustrations, 
signed "A. R.," proofs on Japan paper. 

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after Brangwyn, Dalziel, Ford, Gavami, Harvey, Houghton, La- 
lauze, Millais, Pinwell, Smirke, Tenniel, Watson, Westall, Wattier, 
Wood, Corbould, Gavarni, Bumey, Chastelat, David, Heath, Parker, 
Landells, Outhewaite, Finden, Neagle, Nargeot, Fittler, Angus, 
Williams, Wan'en, Delannoy, Colin, Green, Raimbach, Walker, 
GeofFroy, Armstrong, Watt, Taylor, Robinson, Fauchery, Sortier, 
Smith, and Pigeot. 

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sides, inside edges in dentelle, gilt top, uncut, by Riviere. 

50 ARIOSTO, LuDovico. 

Oklando Furioso. In English Heroical Verse, by Sr. 
John Harington of Bathe, Knight. Xow thirdly revised 
and amended, ^itli the Addition of the Author's Epigrams. 
8vo. London: Printed by G. MiUer for J. Parker. 1634. 

First English version, with finely engraved title, containing 
a portrait of Harington, and with 46 copper-plate engravings. 

Full brown crushed levant morocco, with two large leaves en- 
closing an oval panel with the title on a dotted background inlaid 
in green morocco, each corner containing large flowering sprays 
with blossoms in red and leaves in green morocco, gilt edges, by 
Riviere. 

51 ARIOSTO, LuDOYico. 

Oelando Fukioso. By Ludovico Ariosto. In Italian 
and English, [^"ignette portrait of Ariosto. Quotation.] 
4to. London: Printed for the Editor, in Bu pert-Street. 
1775. 

Two Volumes. 

Illustrated with numerous choice and beautiful engravings, by 
Bartolozzi, De Launay, Ponce, Ghendt, Simonet, INIassard, Hen- 
riquez, Prevost, Lingee, Figuct, Martini, ]\Iorceau, and Duclos ; 



[51 Continued] 

after designs by Eiscn, Cipriani, Cochin, Monnet, Moreau, and 
Greuze. 

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backs and corners, inside edges in dentelle, gilt edges, by Riviere. 

52 ARMSTRONG, Sir Walter. 

Sir Henry Raeuurn. By Sir Walter Armstrong, Di- 
rector of the National Gallery, Ireland. With an Intro- 
duction by R. A. M. Stevenson and a Biographical and 
Descriptive Catalogue bj'^ J. L. Caw. 4to. London. 1901. 

Three Volumes. 

Editiox-de-Gkand-Luxe, of which only 30 copies were printed, 
with duplicate sets of the 61 full-page plates on Japanese vellum 
and on India paper, the Japanese vellum and India proof illustra- 
tions each being bound in separate volumes ; making three volumes 
in all. 

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gilt top, uncut, by iMorrcll. 

53 ARMSTRONG, Sir Walter. 

Turner. By Sir Walter Ai-mstrong, Director of the 
National Gallery of Ireland. 4to. London. 1902. 

Two Volumes. 

Edition-de-Luxe in two volumes. No. 275 of 350 copies 
printed on Japan paper. With a duplicate set of the illustrations. 

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of light green crushed levant with a border of geometrical tooling, 
inside border of red levant, gold-tooled, flies of green watered-silk, 
gilt top, uncut, by IMorrell. 

54 ARNOLD, Matthew. 

Poems. Vol. I. Early Poems, Narrative Poems, and 
Sonnets. Vol. II. Lyric and Elegiac Poems. Vol III. 



[54 Continued^ 

Draiimtic and Later Poems. 12nio. IajiuIoii. 1888-1890. 

Three A^olumes. 

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clover leaves and roses, gilt edges, by tlic Doves Bindery. 

55 ART. 

JNlusEE i)E Peinture et de Sculpture; ou, Reeueil des 
Principaux Tableaux, Statues et Bas-Reliefs des Collec- 
tions Publiques et Particulieres de TKurope. Dessiue et 
Grave a I'eau forte par Reveil; avec des Notices Descrip- 
tives. Critiques et Historiques, par Duchesne Aine. Paris : 
Andot, Editciir; and London. 1829. 

Seventeen ^"()luInes. 

Galerie des Artistes Anglais; depuis Ilof^arth 



jusqu'a Xos Jours: ou. Suite de 288 Gravures de leurs Pro- 
ductions les plus estimees, soigneusement gravees au trait 
sur acier. Choisie, mise en ordre et accompagnee de Notes, 
descrij^tions et exj)licatives en Anglais et en Fran^ais. Par 
(j. Ilaiiiiltoii. Pnris: lidiidr//, LiJ>r<iiri(' Eiiropccnnc. 18.*J7. 

Four A^olunies. 
Together, 21 volumes. 12mo. Text in French and P^ng- 
lish. Paris and London. 1829-1837. 

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5C ART. 

L'Art. Revue Hebdomadaire Illustree. Folio. Paris: 
Lihrairie de UArt. 1875. 

Three Volumes. 

This work covers tlu' whole range of Art, and is profusely 
illustrated with lithographs, chromo-lithogra})hs, etchings, engrav- 
ings, and woodcuts, with many proofs on India paper. 

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leaves and buds in red and orange leathers ; on center panel, the 
title on a ribbon of inlaid leather, all inlaid in colored leathers, 
inside borders blind-tooled, doublure and flies of brocaded-silk, gilt 
edges, by Marius INIicliel. 



57 ART. 

Fkench Akt from Watteau to Prud'jion. Together 
with an Introchietioii and Some Studies in the Social His- 
tory of the Period by Various Authors. Edited by J. J. 
Foster, F.S.A. Illustrated by a great number of Fine 
Photogravure Plates from Pictures in the Collections of 
His Majesty the King, II. I. M. The German Em[)cror, 
and others. Representing the Finest Work of the Principal 
Painters of the Eighteenth Century in France. Folio. 
DicJiiiisuiis. London. 190.5-1907. 

Three Volumes. 

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fleur-de-Ii.s ^old-tooled in outline in the center of the covers, dou- 
blure and flies of dark blue crushed levant morocco, <^ilt top, uncut, 
hv Morrcll. 

58 ART. 

The Royal Collection of PxVINtings at Bucking- 
ham Palace and Windsor Casti-e. Vol. I. Bucking- 
ham Palace. One hundred Photogravures. With an In- 
troduction and Descriptive Text by Lionel Cust, M.V.O., 
Surveyor of the King's Pictures and Works of Art. Pub- 
lished by Command of His Majesty King Edward VII. 
7??/ the Fine Arts PuhUsMng Company. London. 1905. 

The Royal Collection of Paintings at 



Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle. Vol. IL 
Windsor Castle. Eighty Photogravures. With an Intro- 
duction and Descriptive Text by Lionel Cust. Folio. By 
the Fine Arts Publishing Cojiipany. London. 1906. 

Two Volumes. 

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the covers of panels of reticulated lines, ornamented with gold- 
tooled roses and rose-leaves and curving lines, inside edges gold- 
tooled, gilt top, uncut, by Morrell. 



59 ART. 

Gkands Peintres Fkan^ais et Etrangers. Ouvrage 
d'Art. Publie avec le concoiirs artistiqiie de Maitres. 
Texte par les princij)aux critiques d'Art. Folio. Paris. 
1884. 

Two Volumes in One. 

Japan-paper copy, only 25 so made, with plates in two states. 
The artists mentioned in Vol. I are : W. Bouguereau, Josef Israels, 
Jules Breton, J. P. Laurens, E. A^an Marckc, F. A. Bridgman, 
Jules Lefebvre, Joseph de Nittis, H. W. Mesdag, J. L. Gerome, M. 
IMunkacsy, Chai*les Jacque. In Vol. II, Paul Baudry, J. J. Henncr, 
Hubert Herkomer, Louis Knaus, Leon Bonnat, Alma-Tadenia, E. 
Meissonier, G. Boulanger, Puvis de Chavannes, Rosa Bonheur, R. 
de Madrazo, J. E. Millais. Among the writers and critics may be 
mentioned Jules Claretie, E. Montrosier, Ph. Zicken, Helen Zim- 
mem, and others. 

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lines, and gold-tooled decorations in the panel, doublure and flies of 
red watered-silk, gilt top, uncut. 

60 ART. 

English Art in the Public Galleries of London. 
Folio. London: Boussod, Valadon and Co. 1888. 

One of 25 copies, the plates printed on satin, text on Japan 
paper. English Art in the Public Galleries of London : The Na- 
tional Gallery, The South Kensington Museum, The National Por- 
trait Gallery. Illustrated with more than 100 Photogravures [131] 
by Goupil & Co. Published under the direction of Thomas 
Humphry- Ward, M.A., with the assistance of Walter Armstrong, 
G. H. Boughton, A.R.A., Austin Dobson, A. W. Hunt, W. B. Rich- 
mond, F. Mabel Robinson, Frances Sitwell, and T. Woolner, R.A. 

Among the 43 English artists represented are: Hogarth, 
Reynolds, Gainsborough, Romney, Hoppner, Raebum, Lawrence, 
Stothard, Blake, Morland, Turner, Wilson, Nasmyth, Caldecott, 
Constable, Wilkie, Mulready, Machse, Landseer, Rossetti, Barry, 
Beechey, Jackson, Etty, Ward, Ibbetson, Loutherbourg, Crome, 
Cotman, Stark, Good, Collins, Leslie, Lance, Newton, Linnell, 
de W^int, Miiller, Chalon, Stanfield, Cooke, Bonington, and Walker. 



[GO Coitlinucd] 

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the covers of conventionalized Howers and leaves, and curving lines, 
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]\rorrell. 

Gl ART. 

NoTEwoiiTHY Paintings in Ameiiican Private Col- 
lections. Edited by John La Farge and August 1-'. Jac- 
caci. Folio. New York. 1907. Volume I. 

With 51 photogTavure illustrations. 

Copy No. 16 of 125 copies on Rives paper. 

This sumptuous volume contains descriptive and critical essays 
on the pictures in the collections of Mrs. John Lowell Gardnei', Mr. 
Alfred Atmore Pope, Hon. John Hay, ^Ir. Albert A. Sprague, and 
Mr. Herbert I.. TeiTcll. 

Full white vellum, with a fifteenth century French design 
stamped in relief on the covers, gilt edges. 

62 ART. 

Portfolio or the Xational Gallery of Scotland. 
With a Preface by His Grace the Duke of Argyll. Folio. 
London: Edward Arnold. 1903. 

With 40 full-page photogravure plates on Japanese vellum 
after paintings by Gainsborough, Hals, Grcuze, Watteau, Raeburn, 
Cronic, Rembrandt, Van Dyck, Ruisdael, Nasmyth, Ramsay, and 
others. 

Edition limited to 350 copies. 

Full dark blue cnashed levant morocco, with a large ornament 
of delicate gold-tooling in the center of covers, gilt top, uncut, by 
Zaehnsdorf. 

63 ASHTOX, John. 

The Dawn of the XIXth Century in England. A 
Social Sketch of the Times. By John Ashton. With 116 
Illustrations drawn by the Author from Contemporary 



Engravings. 8vo. London. 1886. 



Four Volumes. 



ExTRA-Ii.i>u.sTRATED by the insertion of 267 rare plates ; in- 
cluding many colored caricatures by Starck, Rowlandson, Gillrav, 



[63 Continiu'd] 

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play-bills, street scenes, costumes, etc., rare portraits after engrav- 
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pictures of cities. Old London buildings, streets, and gatherings ; 
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ham, Wilberforce, Lawrence, Wilkic, Bcntham, Godwin, Banks, and 
Faraday. 

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64 AUCASSIX AXD XICOLETTE. 

This is of Aucassin and Nicolette. Translated by 
M. S. Henry and versified by Edward W. Thomson. 
[Colophon.] Of this edition of Aucassin and Nicolette, 
an Old-French Song-Tale, 2.5 copies are printed on Japan- 
ese Vellum in the IMonth of June, 1902, by Turnbull and 
Spears, for Otto Schnhe and Compami, Edinburgh. This 
is No. 10. 4to. 

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yellow morocco, elaborately tooled with (!3,500 impressions of) a 
small leaf in gold, arranged in concentric circles, tlie leaves radiat- 
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levant, witli a large diamond-shaped panel filled with small blind- 
tooled circles, flies of white vellum, gilt top, uncut, by the Hamp- 
stead Bindery (signed E. de R.). 

65 AUDSLEY, G. A. 

The Oknamentai, Akts of Japan. By George Ash- 
down Audsley. Folio. New York. 1883. 

Two Volumes. 

Copy No. 325 of 500 copies printed for American subscribers. 
Most sum})tuously illustrated with woodcuts and beautifully colored 
lithographs by MM. Lemercier, of Paris. 

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rocco, doublure and flies of dark blue watered-silk, gilt edges. 




66. AuDUBOx: Birds of America 
Bound by the Club Bindery 



66 AUDUBON, John James. 

The Birds of Amkkica, from l)i-awiiigs made in the 
United States and their Territories. By John James Au- 
dubon, y.ll. S.S. L. & E., etc. 8vo. New York: Pub- 
lished by J. J. Audubon. P]iilndelj)hia: J. li. Chevalier. 
1840-1844.. 

Seven Volumes. 

The Quadrupeds of North America. By 



John James Audubon, F.R.S., etc., etc., and the Rev. John 
Bachman, D.D.. etc. 8vo. Ncxv York: Published by V. G. 
Audubon. 1849-18,54. 

Three Volumes. 
Together, 10 Aolumes, 8vo. 

The First Octavo Edition. This set has been bound from the 
original parts, and lias all the paper wrappers preserved. The 
"Birds" was issued in 100 parts ; the "Quadrupeds" in 31 parts. 

The illustrations, which are without the tinted backgrounds 
added in the later editions, consist of 500 full-page plates in the 
"Birds," and 155 full-page plates in the "Quadrupeds." The il- 
lustrations are all from colored drawings by John James Audubon, 
and are lithographs with the high colors put in by hand. 

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framed by inlaid bands of blue and dark red levant with inlaid and 
gold-tooled ornaments in the corners, and in the center of the panel 
on the front cover an inlaid cartouche containing the figure of a 
bird inlaid in the proper colors (each volume containing a different 
bird taken in each case from the volume on which it appears), 
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with transposed colors ; the broad border on the covers being of 
light blue in the place of red ; and with a doublure of light blue 
levant: the figures on the front covers being of animals taken from 
each volume. 

67 AUDUBON, John James. 

The Birds of America, from Drawings made in the 
United States and their Territories. Bv John James Au- 



[67 Continued] 

dubon, F.R.S., etc. 8vo. Netv York: V. G. Audubon. 
1856. 

Seven Volumes. 

The Quadrupeds of North America. By 

John James Audubon and the Rev. John Bachman, D.D. 
8vo. New York: V. G. Audubon. 18.56. 

Three Volumes. 
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Full brown stamped morocco, gilt edges. 

68 AYMON. 

The right pleasauxt and goodly Historie of the 
FOURE soNNEs OF AiMON, the whicli for the excellent endy- 
tyng ol' it. and for tlie notable Prowes and great vertues 
that were in them: is no les i)leasaunt to rede, then worthy 
to be knowen of all estates bothe hyghe and lowe. [Wood- 
cut of the four sons riding on one horse.] [Colophon.] 
Here tinissheth the hystory of the noble & valiaunt knyght 
Reynawde of jNIountawban, and his three brethren. Folio. 
Imprinted at London, by Wynkyn de Worde, the viii. daye 
of Maye, and ye yere of our lorde JNICCCCCiiii, at the 
request and eommanndement of the noble and puissdunt 
erle, the Krle of Od'enforde, .ind note Knijjrinted in the 
yere of our Lorde M. CCCCC. Ij iiii. tJie vi. daye of Maye 
By WyUiani Copland, for Thomas Petet. [1554.] 

An excellent co})y of an exceedingly rare edition, printed in 
Black Letter, two colunnis of 1<2 lines, with woodcut title and 37 
woodcuts. This is the Jersey copy, afterward owned by William 
Morris, and is the only perfect one offered for sale for nearly a 
century. 

This is the most popular French romance. From these 
legends, which date back to Charlemagne, the brothers appear in 
Tasso's "Jerusalem Delivered," and Ariosto's "Orlando Furioso.'' 
Written in a chcmson etc geste of the thirteenth century and first 
published in 14-93. 

Full brown crushed levant morocco, with an antique border and 
oval panel upon which is tooled the four sons of Aymon, in armor. 



[68 Continued] 

ridin<4' uj)()ii the steel Bayard, the <ifift of C"hark'nia<4iu', inlaid witli 
brown, hlui', orecMi, red, and white moroccos, titles on sides, with 
decorations and filleted borders in gold, edges gilt on the rough, 
by Riviere. 

69 AYMON. 

HiSTOiKE DEs Qi^ATKE Fii.s iVv.MOX : Trcs Nobles et trcs 
Vaillaiis Chevaliers. Illustree de compositions en conleurs 
par Knocne Grasset. (iravurc et Impression ])ar Charles 
Gillot. Introduetion et \otes ])ar Charles Marcilly. 4to. 
Paris. 1883. 

Xo. 157 de 5200 siir papier de Chine. 

Full brown crushed levant morocco, with an antique l)ordcr and 
panels on the sides in blind-tooling, gilt edges, original covers 
preserved, bv ( 'hanibolle-Duru. 

70 AYRES, Philip. 

J.YHic Poems, made in Imitation of the Italians, Of which 
man}' are Translations from other Languages. [Latin 
Quotation.] By Philip Ayres, Esq.: Licensed R. L. S. 
With frontispiece. r2mo. Ijoudon: Printed hij J. M. for 
Jos. Knight and F. Saunders at the Blue Anchor in the 
Lorcer Walk of the Netv-E.r change. 1687. 

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71 AYTOL^X, WiLiJAM Edmondstoune. 

Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers: and Other Poems. 
By William Edmondstoune Aytoun. With Illustrations 
by Joseph Noel Paton, U.S.A., and Waller H. Paton. 
4to. Edinburgh and London. 186.5. 

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[71 Continued] 

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72 [AYTOUN, William E., and MARTIN, Theodore.] 

The Book of Ballads: Edited by Bon Gaultier and 
Illustrated by Alfred Crowquill. 16mo. London. 1845. 

First Edition. 

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73 BADMINTON LIBRARY, The. 

The Badminton Library of Sports and Pastimes. 
Edited by His Grace the Duke of Beaufort, assisted by 
Alfred E. T. Watson. 

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74 BADMINTON LIBRARY, The. 

Driving. By His Grace the (Eighth) Duke of Beau- 
fort, K.G. With contributions by other authorities. Il- 
lustrated by G. D. Giles and John Sturgess. Square 8vo. 
London. 1889. 

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■ — Hunting. By His Grace the Duke of Beaufort, 



K.G., and Mowbray Morris. With contributions by the 
Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire, Rev. E. W. L. Davies, 
Digby Collins, Alfred E. T. Watson, Sir Marteine Lloyd, 
George H. Longman, and J. T. Gibbons. With illustra- 



[74 Continuedl 

tions by J. Sturgess, J, Charlton, G. D. Giles, and R. C. 
Sealy. Square 8vo. Ijondon: Longmans, Green, and Co. 
1885. 

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Racing AND Steeple-Chasing. By the (Eigh- 
teenth) Karl of Suffolk and Berkshire and W. G. Craven. 
With a coiitriI)ution by the Hon, F. Lawley. Steeple- 
Chasing. By Arthur Coventry and Alfred E. T. Watson. 
Numerous illustrations by J. Sturgess. Square 8vo. Long- 
mans, Green, and Co. 1886. 

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75 [BARHAM, Richard Harris.] 

The Ingoldsby Legends: or. Mirth and Marvels. By 
Thomas Ingoldsby, Esquire. 8vo. London: Richard 
Bentlcij. 1840, 1842, 1847. 

Three Volumes. 

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76 BARRIXGTON, Mrs. Russell. 

The EiFE. Letters, and Work of Frederic Leighton. 
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77 BARTOX, Rose. 

Familiar London. Painted by Rose Barton. Square 
8vo. London. 1904. 

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74. Signed by the artist. With 61 full-page illustrations in colors. 

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78 BEAUMARCHAIS, Pierre de. 

Beaumarchais and His Times. Sketches of French 
Society in the Eighteentli Century from Unpublished 
Documents. By Louis de Lonienie. Translated by Henry 
S. Edwards. 8vo. London. 1856. 

Four Volumes. 

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79 BEAUMONT, Francis. 

PoEivis, by Francis Beaumont, Gent. Viz.: The Her- 
maphrodite. — The Remedy of Love. — Elegies. — Sonnets, 



[7!) Conliiiucd] 

with other Poems, 12iiio. London'. Printed for IVillidiii 
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80 BEAUMONT, Fuancis, and FLETCHER, John. 

C():\rKi)iKs ANM) Tragedies. AVritteii hy Francis Beau- 
mont and John Fletcher, Gentlemen. Never printed he- 
fore, and now puhlished hy the Authonrs Originall Copies. 
[Latin Quotation.] Folio, London: Printed for Hum- 
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81 BEAUTY. 

The Book or Beauty, (Late Victorian Era.) A Col- 
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Musical Contrihutions hy jNIen and Women of the Day. 
Edited and arranged hy Mrs. F. Harcourt Williamson. 
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82 BEAUX AND BELLES OF ENGLAND. 

A Set of FxVmous Memoirs of the Beaux and Betj.es 
OF England ; as follows : 



[82 Continued'] 

— Count de Grammont. Written by Anthony- 
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London, n. d. 

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Lord Chesterfield. Written by W. Ernst. 

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Molloy. London, n. d. 

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83 BEKAI.DI, IIenki. 

EsTAZMi'Es ET LiVREs. 1871-1872. Par TTeiiri liei'aldi. 
4to. Parifi: Conquet. 1892, 

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84 BERALDI, Henri. 

Les Graveurs du XIX' Siecle. Guide de rAmateiir 
d'Estampes Modernes. Par Henri Beraldi. 8vo. Paris: 
Conquet. 1885-1892. 

Twelve Volumes. 

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85 BERRY, Miss Mary. 

Extracts of the Journals and Correspondence of 
Miss Berry. From the year 1783 to 1852. Edited by 
Lady Theresa Lewis. 8vo. London. 1865. 

Six Volumes. 

First Edition. , 

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86 BINDING. 

The Whole Ditty of Man. Necessary for all Families. 
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87 BINDING. 

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88 BINGHAM, Captain. 

The INIakriage oe the Bourbons. By Captain the Hon. 
D. Bingliam. Illustrated with 8 photogravures. 8vo. Lon- 
don. 1890. 

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89 BLAKE, William. 

Designs to a Series or Ballads, written by William 
Hayley, Esq.: and founded on Anecdotes Relating to 
Animals, Drawn, Engraved, and Published by William 
Blake. With the Ballads annexed, by the Author's Per- 
mission. 4to. Chichester: Printed hi) J. Seagrave, and 



[80 Continucdl 

sold hji him and P. lliini phrcii : and />// Ii. II. Evans, Fall- 
Mall London, for W. Blake, Fdpham. 1802. 

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about through aid given to liim by Haylcy at Felpliam. 

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90 BLAKE, WiLiJAM. 

The Book of Thel. Songs of Innocence, and Songs 
OF Experience. [Colophon.] Here ends the Book of 
Thel, Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience. By 
William Blake. With Decorations designed and cnt on the 
wood hy Charles Rickets. London. 1897. 

PoETiCxVi, Sketches. [Colophon.] Here ends 



this edition of Poetical Sketches by William Blake, with 
Decorations designed and cut on the wood by Charles 
Ricketts. London. 1899. 

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91 BLAKE, Whxiam. 

The Works of William Blake: Poetic, Symbolic, and 
Critical. Edited, with lithographs of the illustrated "Pro- 
phetic Books." and a jNIemoir and Interpretation. By Ed- 
win John Ellis and William Butler Yeats. Portraits and 
reproductions. Large 8vo. London. 1893. 

Three Volumes. 

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relief on the backs, gilt top, uncut, by Cedric Chivers. 



92 [BLUXT, Wilfrid Scawen.] 

The Love Sonnets of Proteus. With frontispiece 
by the Author. 16mo. London. 1881. 

First Edition. 

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gold and stars in blind-tooling, gilt edges, by Miss Prideaux. 

93 BODE, Wilhelm. 

The Complete Work of Rembrandt. History, De- 
scription, and Hehographic Reproduction of all the 
JNIaster's Pictures. With a Study of his Life and his Art. 
The Text by Wilhelm Bode, Director of the Royal Gallery, 
Berlin. Assisted by C. Hofstede de Groot, Director of the 
Print Room, Amsterdam jNIuseum. From the German by 
Florence Simmonds. Folio. Paris: Charles Sedelmei/er. 
1897-1906. 

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paper. 

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Ruban. 

94 [BODEXHAM, John.] 

The Garden of the jNIuses. Quem referent Mus a 
vivet dum robor a tellus, Dum coelum stellas, dum vehet 
amnis aquas. 32mo. [Ornament.] Prinicd at London by 
E. A . for John Tap, and are to be sold at his shop at Saint 
Magnus corner. 1610. 

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The earliest anthology of English poetry known. This volume 
was first issued in 1600 with tlie title "BeJirdere, or the Garden of 
the Muses," and in the next issue of 1610 the word "Belvedere" 
was omitted. There are eleven poets included, who are not found 
in "England's Parnassus." 



[1)4< Continued^ 

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95 BOILEAU-DESPREAUX, Nicholas. 

The Works of Monsieur Boileau. Made Eiiolish 
from the Last Paris Edition, by Several Hands. To which 
is prefixed His Life, Written to Joseph Addison, Esq. By 
Mr. Des IVIaizeaux. Adorn'd with cuts. 12mo. London : 
Printed for E. Sanger at the Post-I louse, and E. CurU at 
the Dial and Bible, both in Fleet Street. 1712. 

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96 BOOK OF GEMS, The. 

The Poets and Artists of Great Britain. Edited by 
S. C. Hall. Illustrated with loO exquisite engravings on 
steel after Turner, Stanfield. Eastlake, Mulready, Law- 
rence, Reynolds, Stothard, and others; by Finden, Great- 
bach, Simmons, and others. 8vo. London. 1836-1837. 

Three Volumes. 

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97 BORROW, George. 

A Collected Set in the First Editions of the 
Works of George Borrow, as follows: 

The Zincali ; or. An Account of the Gypsies of 

Spain. With an Original Collection of their Songs and 



[97 Continued^ 

Poetry, and a Copious Dictionary of their Language. 
12mo. London. 1841. 

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The Bible in Spain; or, The Journeys, Ad- 



ventures, and IniiDrisonments of an Enghshman, in an 
Attempt to Circulate the Scriptures in the Peninsula. 
12mo. London. 1843. 

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■ — ^ Lavengro; The Scholar — The Gypsy — The 



Priest. 12mo. London. 1851. 

Three Volumes. 
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The Romany Rye; A sequel to "Lavengro." 



12mo. London. 1857. 

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The Sleeping Bard; or, Visions of the World, 



Death, and Hell, by Elis Wyn. Translated from the 
Cambrian British. 12mo. London. 1860. 

Wild Wales; Its People, Language, and Scen- 



ery. 12mo. London. 1862. 

Three Volumes. 

Faustus; His Life, Death, and Doom. A 



Romance in Prose. Translated from the German. 12mo. 
London. 1864. 

Romano Lavo-Lil: Word-Book of the Ro- 



many; or, English Gypsy Language. 12mo. London. 
1874. 

The Turkish Jester; or. The Pleasantries of 



Gogia Nasr Eddin Effendi. Translated from the Turk- 
ish by George Borrow. 12mo. Ipswich. 1884. 
One of 150 copies. 



[97 Continnedl 

The Death of Baider. From the Danish of 

Johannes Ewald. (177»-i.) Transhited by George Borrow. 
12nu). Lo7idon. 1889. 

George Borrow in East Angija. By VV^ilham 



A. Dutt. 12mo. London. 189(). 

— — ■ — Life, Writings, and Correspondence of 



George Borrow. Derived from Official and Other Au- 
thentic Sources. By William I. Knapp, Ph.D., LL.D., 
etc. With Portrait and Illustrations. 8vo. London. 
1899. 

Two A^olumes. 
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Zachnsdorf. 

98 BOSWELL, James. 

The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. Comprehend- 
ing an Account of His Studies, and Nvmierous Works, in 
Chronological Order; a Series of His Epistolary Corre- 
spondence and Conversations with Many Eminent Persons ; 
and Various Original Pieces of His Composition, never 
before Published. The Whole Exhibiting a View of Liter- 
ature and Literary Men in Great-Britain, for near Half a 
Century, During Avliich he Flourished. By James Bos- 
well, Esq. 4to. London: Printed hy Henry Baldwin, for 
Charlea Dilly, in the Poultry. 1791. 

Two Volumes. 

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Thrale (Piozzi). 

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Reynolds. 

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99 BOURGEOIS, Emile. 

France under Louis XIV (Le Grand Siecle). Its 
Arts — Its Ideas. From the French of Emile Bourgeois, by 
Mrs. Cashel Hoey. Foho. New York. 1897. 

Illustrated with ^2 portraits engraved on copper, 3.5 full-page 
photogravure plates, and 472 text illustrations. 

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100 BOURRIENNE, Louis Antoine de. . 

Me:\ioirs of Napoleon Bonaparte, By Louis Antoine 
Fauvelet de Bourrienne, his Private Secretary. To which 
are added. An Account of the Important Events of the 
Hundred Days, of Napoleon's Surrender to the English, 
and of his Residence and Death at St. Helena. Edited by 
R. W, Phipps. New and Revised edition. With numer- 
ous illustrations on steel. 8vo. London. 1885. 

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The miniatures on volume 1 are of Napoleon and Josephine; 
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Napoleon and the King of Rome. 

101 BOYDELL, John and Josiah. 

A Collection of Prints, from Pictures Painted for 
THE Purpose of Illustrating the Dramatic Works of 
Shakspeare, by the Artists of Great-Britain. Atlas folio, 
London: Published by John and Josiah Boydell, Shak- 
speare Gallery. 1803. 

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titles in open letters and before the descriptive quotations were en- 
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[101 Continued] 

large number) :md li;i> two plates I)v Ilirtolo/zi (proofs before 
letters) added. 

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102 [JiOYLE, Hon. Mrs.] 

Ros RosAiiuM EX HOiiTO PoETARUM. Dew of the Ever- 
I^iviim- Rose Gathered from The Poets' Gardens of ^Nlanv 
I^ands. By E. V. B. Second Edition. 12mo. London. 
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103 [BRADLEY, Rev. Edward.] BEDE, Cuthbert. 

The Adventures of Mr. VerDxVNt Green, an Oxford 
Freshman. By Cuthbert Bede, B.A. With numerous 11- 
histrations, designed and drawn on the wood by the author. 
London. 1853. — The Further Adventures of Mr. 
Verdant Green, An Oxford Under-Graduate. By 
Cuthbert Bede, B.A. With numerous llhistrations, de- 
signed and drawn on the wood I)}' the author. London. 
1854. — Mr. Verdant Green ^Married and Done For: 
Being the Third and Conchiding Part of the Adventures 
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104 [BRADLEY, Rev. Edward.] 

The Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green, an Oxford 
Freshman. By Cuthbert Bede, B.A. With numerous 
Illustrations, designed and drawn on the wood by the 

author. London. 1853. Vol. II. The Further 

Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green, etc. London. 1854. 

Vol. III. Mr. Verdant Green Married and 

Done For, etc. London. 1857. 

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105 [BRATHWAITE, Richard.] 

Nature's Embassie: or, The Wilde-Mans Measures: 
Danced naked by twelve Satyres, with sundry others con- 
tinued in the next Section. 

"Wilde men may dance wise measures ; Come thou ho, 
TJiough 1 be wilde, my measures are not so." 
[Londoti:] Piinted for Richard Whitakcr. 16mo. 1621. 

First Edition of a very rare work. With an illustrated wood- 
cut border on title. 

At page 73 is another title "The Second Section of Divine and 
Morall Satyres"; at page 173 "The Shepheard's Tales"; at page 
215 "Omphale, or, the Inconstant Shephcardcsse" ; at page 237 
"His Odes : or, Philomels Teares." 

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street's. 

106 BRETON, Jules. 

Jules Breton. Par Marius Vachon. 4to. Paris. 1899. 
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et 18 gravures dans le texte. 

ExTRA-li.LUSTRATED, by the insertion of an A. L. S. of Jules 
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[106 Continued^ 

boy witli wheat, Muneil '\1 ulc.s Bntun, '^-Htk, 189H," and uilli 70 
reproductions of drawings by Jules Breton. 

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107 BRISTOL, Fkank Milton. 

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108 BKITISH CLASSICS. 

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tingham, Dean Str. Puhlislied by John Sharpe, Piccadilly. 
1803-1812. 

Eight Volumes. 

The Tatlek. London: Printed by C. Wliit- 



tingham. Dean Street. Published by John Sharpe, Picca- 
diily. 1804. 

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tingham. Dean Str. Published by John Sharpe, Piccadilly. 
1804. 

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Whittingham, Dean Street. Published by John Sharpe, 
Piccadilly. 1806-1809. 

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[108 Continued] 

The Rambler. London: Published by W. 

Suttaby, Stationers Court. 1809. Whittingham, Printer. 

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Stationers Court. 1810. Whittingham, Printer. 

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109 ERONTE, Anne, Charlotte, and Emily. 

A Collected Set of Fhjst Editions of the Works of 
the Bronte Sisters; as follows: 

• Poems. By Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell. Small 



8vo. London: Smith, Elder S^ Co., 65, Cornhill. 1846, 

Only two copies of this book were sold in the first year of 

})ul)lication. 

Jane Eyre. An Autobiography. Edited by 



Currer Bell. 12mo. London. 1847- 

Three Volumes. 

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1848, inserted. Tlie dedication to W. M. Thackera}' appeared in 
the second edition. 

Wuthering Heights: A Novel. By Ellis Bell. 



12mo. London. 1847. 

Three Volumes. 



[109 Continued] 

Agnes Grf.y: A Novki,. By Acton Bell. Vol. 

TTT [of Wuthering Heights, 2 volumes.] 12mo. London: 
1847. 

The Tenant or Wildfell Hall. By Acton 



Bell. Tinio. London. 1848. 

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Shirley. A Tale. By Currer Bell, Author of 



'Jane Eyre." 12mo. London. 1849. 

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Villette. By Currer Bell, Author of "Jane 



Eyre," "Shirley," etc. 12mo. London. 1853. 

Three Volumes. 

— The Professor, A Tale. By Currer Bell, Au- 



thor of "Jane Eyre," "Shirley," "Villette," etc. r2mo. 
London. 1857. 

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The Life of Charlotte Bronte. Bv E. C. 



Gaskell. [Portraits.] 8vo. London. 1857. 

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A Xote on Charlotte Bronte. By Algernon 



Charles SAvinhurne. 12mo. London. 1877. 

The Adventures or Ernest Alembert. A 

Fairy Tale. By Charlotte Bronte. Now first printed 
from the Original ]Manuscript. Edited })y Thomas J. Wise. 
Small 4to. London : Printed for Private Circulation Only, 
1896. 

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110 BROWNE, Hablot Knight. 

Ho:me Pictures, Sixteen Domestic Scenes of Child- 
hood. Drawn and Etched by Hablot Knight Browne. 
(Pliiz.) 4to. London. 1851. 

With etched title-page in color, and each drawing in color. 
Full calf, gilt top, uncut, with the original blue cloth covers 
presci'vcd, hy Riviere. 

111 [BROWNE, Sir Thomas.] 

Reijgio jNIedici. Printed for Andrew Crooke. 1642. 
(190 pp.) 

Religio Medici. Another Copy. 1642. (159 



PP-) 

Together, 2 vohimes. 12mo. \^London.~\ 

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edges, by Riviere. 

112 BROWNE, Sir Thomas. 

Sir Thomas Browne's Works: Inchiding His Life and 
Correspondence. Edited by Simon Willdn, F.L.S. 8vo. 
London: William Pickering. 1835-1836. 

Four Volumes. 
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gilt edges, by Chambolle-Duru. 

113 BROWNELL, Willia^i Craky, 

French Art. Classic and Contemporary Painting and 
Sculpture. New and Enlarged Edition. With forty-eight 
illustrations. 8vo. Nexo York. 1901. 



[113 Continued] 

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114 BROWNING, Elizabeth Bakkett. 

Casa Guidi Windows. A Poem. By Elizabeth Harrett 

Browning*. 16mo. London: Chapman S^ Hall, 193, Picca- 

clill/f. 1851. 

First Edition. 

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115 BROWNING, Robert. 

Poems by Ro]5eiit IJkowning. With Introduction by 
Richard Garnett, EE.D., and Ilhistrations by Byam Shaw. 
8vo. London. 1897. 

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116 BRYCE, James. 

The Americax Commonwealth. By James Bryce. 
8vo. London. 1888. 

Three Volumes. 

The First Edition, containing the chapter afterward sup- 
j)ressed. 

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117 BUELEN, Arthur Henry. 

A Collected Set or the Anthologies and Eliza- 
bethan Poems edited by A. H. Bullen, as follows: 

A Christ.aias Garland. Carols and Poems 

from the Fifteenth Century to the Present Time. Edited 
by A. H. Bullen. With Seven Illustrations newly de- 
signed by Henry G. Wells. 8vo. London. 1885. 

l>ditio!i limited to 150 copies, of which this is Xo. 1. 



[117 Coutiiiucd~\ 

England's Helicon. A Collection of Lyrical 

and Pastoral Poems: Published in 1600. Edited by A. H. 
Bullen. 8vo. London. 1887. 

Edition limited to 250 copies on Large Paper. 

Lyrics from the Song-Books of the Eliza- 



bethan Age: Edited by A. H. Bullen. 8vo. London, 
1887. 

Edition limited to 250 copies on Large Paper. 

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Elizabethan Age: Edited by A. H. Bullen. 8vo. Lon- 
don. 1888. 

Edition limited to 250 copies on Large Paper. 

Lyrics from the Dramatists of the Eliza- 



bethan Age: Edited by A. H. Bullen. 8vo. London. 
1889. 

Edition limited to 260 copies on Large Paper. 

— The Works of Dr. Thomas Campion. Edited 



by A. H. Bullen. 8vo. London : Privately Printed at the 
Chiswick Press. 1889. 

Edition limited to 120 copies on Large Paper. 

JNIusA Proterva: Love-Poems of the Restora- 



tion. Edited by A. H. Bullen. Square 8vo. London: 
Privately Printed. 1889. 

Ivlition limited to 780 copies for England and America. 

— ■ Speculum Amantis: Love-Poems from Rare 



Song-Books and Miscellanies of the Seventeenth Century. 
Edited by A. H. Bullen. Square 8 vo. London: Privately 
Printed. 1889. 

Edition limited to 500 copies. 



[117 Conti?uied] 

POEAfS, CHIEFI.Y Ia^RICAL, FROM ROMANCES AND 

Prose-Tracts of the Eijzahethan Age: with Chosen 
Poems of Nichohis Breton. Edited by A. H. Bullen. 8vo. 
London. 1890. 

Kditioii limited to ^60 copii's on Large Paper. 
Together, 9 volumes. Londo7i. v. d., v. p. 

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ferent color, sides with a I)oi-<ler of fillets, gilt top, uncut, by Zaehns- 
dorf. 

118 BULLEN, Arthur Henry. 

Specui.u:m Amantis: Love-Poems from Rare Song- 
Books and JNIiscellanies of the Seventeenth Century. 
Edited by A. H. Bullen. London: Privately Printed. 

jNIusa Proterva: Love-Poems of the Restora- 



tion. Edited by A. H. Bullen. London: Privately Piinted. 
Together, 2 volumes. Square 8vo. London. 1889. 

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119 BUN YAX, John. 

The Pilgrim^s Progress from this World to that 
WHICH IS TO Come. Delivered under the Similitude of a 
Dream, Wherein is Discovered the INIanner of His Setting 
Out; His Dangerous Journey; and Safe Arrival at the 
Desired Country. Illustrated by William Strang. 8vo. 
London. 189.5. 

Two Volumes. 

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etched illustrations by W. Strang, 97 extra plates Inserted, being 
the series of illustrations to The Pilgrim's Progress drawn by T. 
Stothai'd, C. H. Bennett, and J. ]\Iartin ; and engraved by Strutt, 
Mitchell, Goodall, Stocks, Wilson, Smith, Sangster, Engleheart, 



[119 Continued^ 

Graves, Watt, and Grundy, many being proofs before letters ; also, 
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by W. Strang. 

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120 BURNEY, Fanny. 

Evelina; or, The History of a Young Lady's En- 
trance INTO THE World. By Fanny Burney. With an 
Introduction by Austin Dobson and Illustrations by Hugh 
Thomson. 12mo. London. 1903. 

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the front cover, doublure and flies of red silk, gilt edges, by 
Riviere. 

121 BURNS, Robert. 

Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect, by Robert 
Burns. [Quotation.] 8vo. Kilmarnock: Printed by John 
Wilson. 1786. 

First Edition. A fine clean copy. One of the rarest of Eng- 
lish books, there being oidy 60 in the original issue, and very few 
now in existence. The Huth copy in the original tree calf binding 
fetched £730 at Sotheby's in Nov., 1911, while the Hoe copy, bound 
by Bedford and with 2 A. L. S. of Burns inserted, brouglit $5,800 
and was held at .$7,000 by a New York bookseller. 

Full black morocco, with gold-tooling on sides in dentclle, 
gilt edges. 

122 BURNS, Robert. 

The Works of Robert Burns. Illustrated with numer- 
ous portraits, scenes connected with the life of Burns, and 
illustrations to his works, vignettes, facsimiles of letters and 



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ROBERT BURNS. 



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THE Simple Bard, unbroke by rules of Art, 
He pours the wild eflufions of the heart : 
And if infpif'd, 'tis Nature's pow'rs infpire; 
Hcr's all the melting thrill, and her's the kindling fire. 

Anonymous. 



KILMARNOCK: t 

PRINTED BY JOHN WILSON. } 



M,DCC,LXXXVJ. 



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121. The "Kiljiauxoc k" Burns 



[122 Coutimicd] 

MSS. Together, 7 \()liimes. 4t(). Kdinhurgh, William 
Pater son. 1877-1878. 

Thirteen Vohimes. 

UNIQUE COPY. ExTRA-Ii,i,r.sTRATED, and extended to 13 
volumes by the insertion of two duplicate sets of" the illustrations, 
both proofs on India papir. and in two states; one suppressed 
plate (of wiiicli only (j were })riiite(i), a set of colored prints shovv- 
ino- Scotch costumes; colored pencil drawings; rare prints; beau- 
tiful etcliin<;'s : numerous portraits of all the pcrsona<i,'es associated 
with Burns; all the well-known engTaved illustrations to Burns's 
works ; many pictures of Scotch scenery and historical places, 
many of the "WaverU'v" illustrations; title-pa<rcs ; proofs of the 
Stotliard plates, and also of the Nasmyth plates: water-color 
sketches; numerous original drawings, etc., etc. Also with etchings 
and engravings by Middiman, Schmolze, Cromek, etc., after Hone, 
Hearne, and others. 

Also: ORIGINAL ]\ISS. and Autograph Letters; including 
the MSS. of ''Bonnie Dundee,'' "The Five Carlins,'' "Elegy on the 
death of Captain Matthew Henderson,'' "It Wan a' For Our 
liiglitfu' King," "Why should na poor people?" etc.; ORIGINAL 
AUTOGRAPH LETTERS from Robert Burns to :\Ir. Robert 
Cleghorn, Mr. Gilbert Bums, iNIr. William Stewart, Mrs. Riddel, 
and (2) to Dr. IMaxwell ; from Walter Scott to John Ball; from 
Miss Davies to Robert Burns (1793), and to Dr. Currie; from 
Gilbert Burns to Wm. Thomson (2), and to Dr. Maxwell (2); 
from Dr. Currie to Mr. Lyme (3), and to Dr. Maxwell; from Miss 
Isabella Bigg to R. ^Maxwell ; a page of a dairy kept by Bums; 
and many other interesting autograph letters regarding Burns's 
death and the disposition of his property. Also: the letterpress 
of William Wordsworth's "A Letter to a Friend of Robert Burns, 
London, 1816," inserted. 

On the inside ])anel of Volume VH is encased under glass a 
lock of Robert Burns's dark brown hair, tied with a bow of blue 
ribbon. 

The ]\ISS. enclosed are extremely valuable and interesting. On 
July 23, 1790, Burns sent "a first fair copy" of the "Elegy on 
Captain ]\Iatthew Henderson" to Robert Cleghorn, to whom he 
stated that Henderson was a man he "much regarded." On 
August 2d, he sent a copy to John ^M'lNIurdo, of Drumlanrig, with 
the word, "You knerc Henderson. I hai'e not flattered his memory." 



[122 Continuedl 

And in enclosing a copy to Dr. Moore, he described the Elegy as 
"a. tribute to the memory of a man I much loved." Henderson was 
a friend of James Boswell. 

The MS. "Bonnie Dundee" is the original draft sent to Cleg- 
lioni. The poem is a fragment of folk ballad. With it was en- 
closed a note, "Dear Cleghorn — you •will see by the aboi'e that I 
have added a stanza to Bonny Dundee. If you think it zcill do you 
may set it agoing upon a ten-stringed instrument and on the 
psaltery. — R. B." 

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street's. 

123 BURTOX, John Hill. 

The Book-Huntee, etc. By John Hill Burton. A 
New Edition with a JSIemoir of the Author. Small 4to. 
Edinburgh and London. 1882. 

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border around title. 

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elaborate tracery, gold-tooled, upon a background of pointille, 
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Guild of Women Bookbinders. 

124 BURY, Richard de. 

The Philobiblon of Richard de Bury; Bishoj) of 
Durham, Treasurer and Chancellor of Edward III. 
Edited and Translated by Ernest C. Thomas. 4to. Lon- 
don. 1888. 

No. 46 of 50 copies on Large-paper. 

Full brown crushed levant morocco, with panels on back and 
sides in gold and blind-tooling, gilt top, uncut, by Zaehnsdorf. 

125 BUSHELL, S. W. 

Oriental Ceramic Art. Illustrated by examples from 
the Collection of W. T. Walters. With one hundred and 
sixteen plates in colors, and over four hundred reproduc- 



[125 ConiinuciT\ 

tions ill black and white. Text and notes by S, VV. Biishell, 
]M.I^. Folio. New York: D. Appleton and Comjjany. 
1897. 

Two Volumes. 

EoiTiox-DE-i.uxE, limited to five luindred numbered copies of 
wliicli this is No. 5. With 116 superb plates in lithotrraphic 
repnxhictioii jifter objects from Mr. Walters' collection. With an 
etched portrait of W. T. Walters by Rajon as frontispiece. 

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Chinese dragon on the covers inlaid in four shades of green sur- 
I'oimdcd by floating clouds and flying bats inlaid in green on 
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design ; doublure of light blue crushed levant with an iidaid figure 
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Riviere. 

126 BUTLER, Samuel. 

HuDiBRAs, by Samuel Butler. With Dr. Grey's Anno- 
tations. A Xew Edition, Corrected and Enlarged. 8vo. 
London. 1819. 

Three Volumes. 
With 68 illustrations, mostly portraits, engraved by Cooper 
and others ; and engraved extra titles. 

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127 BYROX, Lord. 

The Works or Lord Byrox: With His Letters and 
Journals, and His I..ife. By Thomas Moore, Esq. 16mo. 
London: John Murray. 1832-1833. 

Seventeen Volumes. 
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trations, including portraits and steel engravings by Finden, and 
engraved extra title-pages. 

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128 CAM PAN, Madame. 

Memoirs of the Court of INIarie Antoinette. By 
INIadame Campan. Illustrated. 8vo. London. 1895. 

Two Volumes. 

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129 CAMPION, Thomas. 

Fifty Songs by Thomas Campion. [Colophon.] Here 
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chosen by John Gray. The border and decorations have 
been designed and engraved by Charles Ricketts. 8vo. 
London. 1896. 

"Vale Press" publication. 

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top, uncut, by Zaehnsdorf. 

130 CAREY, David. 

Life in Paris; comprising the Rambles, Sprees, and 
Amours, of Dick Wildfire, of Corinthian Celebrity, and his 
Bang-up Companions, Squire Jenkins and Captain 
O'Shuffleton: with the Whimsical Adventures of the Hali- 
but Family. By David Carey. Emliellished with 21 
Colored Plates, representing Scenes from Real Life, De- 
signed and Engraved by Mr. George Cruikshank. En- 
riched also with 22 engravings on wood, drawn by the same 
Artist, and executed by INIr. White. Large 8vo. London : 
Printed for John Fairhurn, Broadway, Ludgatc-Hill. 
1822. 

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W. Simpson, written on the inside and back of an 1838 playbill 
of the Theatre Royal, Dublin, inserted. 

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side edges, gilt top, uncut, original covers preserved, by Riviere. 



131 CAREY, David. 

Life ix Pakis; ComprisintJ' the Uaniblcs, S])rees, and 
Amours of Dick Wildfire, of Corinthian Celebrity, and his 
Bang-up Companions, Squire Jenkins and Captain 
O'Shuffleton; with the Whimsical Adventures of the Hali- 
but Family. By David Carey. Embellished with 21 
Colored Plates, representing Scenes from Real Life, de- 
signed and engraved by ]Mr. George Cruikshank. En- 
riched also with 22 Engravings on Wood drawn by the 
same Artist, and executed by Mr. White. Large 8vo. 
London: Printed for John Fairhnrn, Broadzcatj, Ludgaie- 
Hill. 1822. 

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and flics of bright green silk, gilt top, uncut. 

132 CARLYLE, Thomas. 

Works. A Collected Set; being the First Library 
Edition of his works, and First Editions of the JNIiscel- 
lanies, as follows: 

Sartor Resartus: The Life and Opinions of 



Herr Teufelsdrockh. In Three Books. 8vo. London. 
1869. 

With an engraved frontispiece portrait. 

The French Revolution: A Historv. 8vo. 



London. 1869. 

Three Volumes. 

The Life of Friedrich Schiller: Compre- 
hending an Examination of his Works. 8vo. London. 
1869. 

With portrait. 



[132 Continued'] 

Critical and Miscellaneous Essays: Col- 
lected and Republished. 8vo. London. 1869. 

Six Volumes. 
With portrait. 

On Heroes, Hero- Worship, and the Heroic 



IN History. 8vo. London. 1870. 
With photographic portrait. 

— ■ Past and Present. 8vo. London. 1870. 

With photograph. 

Oliver Cromwell's Letters and Speeches; 



With Elucidations. 8vo. London. 1870. 

Five Volumes. 
With frontispiece portraits. 

Latter-Day Pamphlets. Edited by Thomas 

Carl vie. 8vo. London. 1870. 

The Life of John Sterling. 8vo. London. 

1870. 

With a portrait of Sterling. 

History of Friedrich II of Prussia: Called 

Frederick the Great. 8vo. London. 1870. 

Ten Volumes. 

With frontispiece portraits. 

Wilhei,m Meister's Apprenticeship and 

Travei^s. Translated from the German of Goethe. 8vo. 
London. 1871. 

Two Volumes. 

Translations from the German. (Vol. III.) 



INIusjEus, Tieck. Richter. 8vo. London. 1871. 

Index. A general Index to the Library Edition 



of the Collected Works of Thomas Carlyle in 30 volumes. 
8vo. London. 1871. 



[l.*J2 Continued] 

Reminiscences. By Thomas Carlyle. Edited 

by James Anthony Fronde. 12mo. London. 1881. 

Two Vohmies. 

ME:sroiRs of the Life and Writings of 



TnoiNiAS Cai{i-yi,e. With Personal Reminiscences and Se- 
lections from his Private Letters to Nnmerons Correspond- 
ents. 1795-1881. Edited by Richard Ilerne Shepherd, 
assisted by Charles N. Williamson. 12nio. London. 

Two Volumes. 

Reminiscences of My Irish Journey in 1840. 



By Thomas Carlyle. 12mo. London. 1882. 

Tho:mas Cari.yi.e: A History of the First Forty 



Years of His Life. 179.5-1835. By James Anthony 
Fronde. With Portraits and Etchings. 8vo. London. 
1882. 

Two Volumes. 

— The Correspondence of Thomas Carlyle 

AND Ralph Waldo Emerson. 1834-1872. With Por- 
traits. 12mo. London. 1883. 

Two Volumes. 

— Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh 



Cari,yle. Prepared for Publication by Thomas Carlyle. 
Edited by James Anthony Fronde. 8vo. London. 1883. 

Three Volumes. 

Thomas Carlyle : A History of His Life in 



London. 1834-1881. By James Anthony Froude, M.A. 
With Portrait engraved on steel. 8vo. London. 1884. 

Two Volumes. 

Early Letters of Thomas Carlyle. Edited 



by Charles Eliot Norton. 12mo. 1814-1826. London. 
1886. 

With portraits. 



[132 Continued] 

Carlyle, and the Open Secret of His Life. 

By Henry Larkin. 8vo. London. 1886. 

Correspondence Between Goethe and Car- 



LYLE. Edived by Charles Eliot Norton. 12mo. London. 
1887. 

■ Letters of Thomas Carlyle: 1826-1836 



Edited by Charles Ehot Xorton. 12mo. London. [1889.] 

Two Volumes. 

With frontispieces. 

— Early Letters of Jane Welsh Carlyle. To- 



gether with a few of later years, and some of Thomas 
Carlyle. All Hitherto Unpubhshed. Edited by David G. 
Ritchie, M.A. 8vo. London. 1889. 

With portr<ait. 

LxVST Words of Thomas Carlyle. 12mo. Lon- 



don. 1892. 

Lectures on the History of Literature. De- 
livered by Thomas Carlyle, April to July, 1838. Now 
printed for the first time. Edited, with Preface and Notes, 
by Professor J. Reay Greene. 12mo. London. 1892. 

Tho:mas Carlyle. Bv John Nichol. 12mo. 



London. 1892. 

Conversations with Carlyle. By Sir Charles 

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l-'34-. Ai.ice's Advexti'res ix Woxderlaxd 

BOUXD BV THE DoVES BlXDERY 



133 CARLYLE, Thomas. 

The French Revolution: A History. By Thomas 
Carlyle. With (>! ilhistratioiis. Svo. Philadelphia, n. d. 

Thi-ee Vokimes. 

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134 CARROLL, Lewis. 

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. By Lewis Car- 
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136 CASTICiLIONE, Count Baldesar. 

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[136 Continyed] 

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137 CATHEDRALS. 

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138 CATULLUS. 

The Attis or Caius Valerius Catullus. Translated 
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139 CELLINI, Benvenuto. 

The Treatises or Benvenuto Cellini on Goldsmith- 
ING AND Sculpture. [Colophon.] Here end the Treatises 
of Benvenuto Cellini on Metal Work and Sculpture, made 
into English from the Italian of the JMareian Codex by C. 
R. Ashbee, and Printed by Him at the Guild's Press at 
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140 CERVANTES, Miguel de. 

Don QiTixoTE de la JMancha. Translated from the 
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141 CERVANTES, Miguel de. 

The History of the Ingenious Gentleman Don 
Quixote of La Mancha. Translated from the Spanish 
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etchings designed by Ad. Lalauze. 8vo. Edinburgh: Will- 
iam Patcrson. 1879. 

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142 CHATTERTON, Thomas. 

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Poems of T. Chatterton, Edited bv Robert Steele, and 



[142 Continued^ 

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143 CICERO, Marcus Tullius. 

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Age. With Explanatory Notes. 8vo. Philadelphia: 
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in this Western World.''' 

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144 CICERO, Marcus Tullius. 

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MDCCXLIV. 

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14o CLARKE, Mary Cowden-. 

My Long Life : An Autobiographical Sketch. By Mary 
Cowden-Clarke. With Illustrations. 12mo. London. 
1896. 

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146 CLASSICS. 

A Set of the Works Pubushed ry Arthur L. Hum- 
phreys AND Known as "The Humphrey Classics." 

Marcus Aurelius Antoninus. Square 8vo. 



London. 1896. 

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— Epictetus. Square 8vo. London. 1897. 

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■ Plato. Square 8vo. London. 1898. 

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1901. 

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Maximes. La Rochefoucauld. Square 16mo. 

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Marcus Aurelius. Square 16mo. London. 

1905. 

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series. 

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Contains "The Essays." 



[146 Continued] 

Maximes. Napoleon. Square 16mo. London. 

1903. 



Maximes. Vauyen argues. Square 16mo. 

London. 1903. 

Two Volumes. 

Buddha. [By Hermann Oldenberg.] Square 

8vo. London. 1904. 



Sebastian Melmoth. [Oscar Wilde.] Square 

16mo. London. 1905. 

Balzac. Maximes. Square 16mo. London. 

1905. 

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147 COACHING AND DRIVING. 

A Collected Set of Books on Coaching and Driving 
BY Stani,ey Harris, James John Hissey, and Charles 
G. Harper, as follows: 

Old Coaching Days. By Stanley Harris ("An 

Old Stager"). Illustrated by John Sturgess. London. 
1882. 



An Old-Fashioned Journey through Eng- 
land AND Wales. By James John Hissey. London. 1884. 

The Coaching Age. By Stanley Harris ("An 

Old Stager"), Author of "Old Coaching Days." Illus- 
trated by John Sturgess. London. 1885. 



[14>7Contiiuicd'\ 

A Drive Through Engi,and, or, a Thousand 

Miles of Road Travel. By James John Ilissey. With 
twenty full-page illustrations hy the Author. London. 

188.). 

— - Ox THE Box Seat. From London to Land's 



End. ]iy James John Hissey. With sixteen full-page 
illustrations by the Author. Ijondon. 188C. 

• — A Holiday on the Roau. An Artist's Wan- 



derings in Kent, Sussex, and Surrey. By James John 
Ilissey. With fourteen full-page and numerous other il- 
lustrations by the Author. London. 1887. 

A Tour in a Phaeton through the Eastern 



Counties. By James John Hissey. With sixteen full- 
page illustrations by the Author, and a map. London. 
1889. 

Across England in a Dog- Cart, from Lon- 



don to St. Davids and Back. By James John Hissey. 
With sixteen full-page (and some smaller) illustrations by 
the Author, and a map of the route. London. 1891. 

The Brighton Road. Old Times and New on 



a Classic Highway. By Charles (x. Harper. AVith ninety 
illustrations l)y the Author, and from Old-Time Pictures 
and Engravings. London. 1892. 

From Paddington to Penzance. The Record 



of a Summer Tram]) from London to the Land's End. By 
Charles G. Harj)er. Illustrated by the Author with one 
hundred and four drawings. London. 1893. 

The JNIarches of Wales. Xotes and Impres- 
sions on the Welsh Borders, from the Severn Sea to the 
Sands o' Dee. By Charles G. Harper. With One Hun- 
dred and Fourteen Illustrations, from Sketches by the Au- 
thor and from Old-Time Portraits. London. 1894. 



[147 Continued'] 

— — — Through Ten English Counties. By James 
John Hissey. With sixteen full-page illustrations by the 
Author, and a map of the route. London. 1894. 

— The Portsmouth Road and its Tributaries: 

To-day and In Days of Old. By Charles G. Harper. Il- 
lustrated by the Author, and from Old-time Prints and 
Pictures. London. 1895. 

- — ■ The Dover Road. Annals of an Ancient Turn- 



pike. By Charles G. Harper. Illustrated by the Author, 
and from Old Prints and Portraits. London. 1895. 

On Southern English Roads. By James 



John Hissey. With sixteen full-page illustrations by the 
Author, and a plan of the route. London. 1896. 

Over Fen and Wold. By James John Hissey. 

With fourteen full-page (and some smaller) illustrations 
by the Author, and a map of the route. London. 1898. 

The Bath Road. History, Fashion, & Friv- 
olity on an Old Highway. By Charles G. Harper. Il- 
lustrated by the Author, and from Old Prints and Pic- 
tures. London. 1899. 

The Exeter Road. The Story of the West of 



England Highway. By Charles G. Harper. Illustrated 
by the Author, and from Old-Time Prints and Pictures. 
London. 1899. 

— The Norwich Road: an East Anglian High- 



way. By Charles G. Harper. Illustrated by the Author, 
and from Old-Time Prints and Pictures. London. 1901. 

The Great North Road. The Old Mail Road 



to Scotland. By Charles G. Harper. Illustrated by the 
Author, and from Old-Time Prints and Pictures. Lon- 
don. 1901. 

Two Volumes. 



[l-i? Contittucd] 

The Holyhead Road: The jMail-Coac-h lioad 

to Dublin. Hy Charles G. Harper. Illustrated l)y the 
Author, and from Old-Time Prints and Pictures. IjOH- 
don. 1902. 

Two Volumes. 

The CA.MuiuDciK, ¥a.\ , and King\s Lynn Road. 



The Great Fenland Highway. By Charles G. PIar])er. 
Illustrated by the Author, and from Old-Time Prints and 
Pictures. Ijondon. 1902. 

Stage-Coach and Mah. in Days oe Y'oke. A 



Pictures(]ue History of the Coaching Age. By Charles G. 
Harper. Illustrated from Old-Time Prints and Pictures. 
London. 1903. 

Two Volumes. 

The Newmarket^ Buky, Thetfoud, and 



Cromer Road. Sport and History on an East Anglian 
Turnpike. By Charles G. Harper. Illustrated by the 
Author, and from Old-Time Prints and Pictures. I^on- 
don. 1904. 

The Oxford, Gi-oucester, and Mh.ford 



Haven Road. The Ready Way to South Wales. By 
Charles G. Harper. Illustrated by the Author, and from 
Old-Time Prints and Pictures. London. 190.5. 

Two Volumes. 

The Dorset Coast, By Charles G. Harper. 



London. 1905. 

The Old Inns of Old England. A Pictur- 
esque Account of the Ancient and Storied Hostelries of 
Our Own Country. By Charles G. Harper. Illustrated 
chiefly by the Author, and from Prints and Photogra])hs. 
London. 1906. 

Two Volumes. 



[147 Continued^ 

The Hastings Road, and The "Happy Springs 

of Tiinbridge." By Charles G. Harper. Ilhistrated by 
the Author. London. 1906. 

The JNIaxchester and Glasgow Road. This 



Way to Gretna Green. By Charles G. Harper. Illus- 
trated by the Author, and from Old- Time Prints and 
Pictures. London. 1907. 

Two Volumes. 

The South Devon Coast. By Charles G. 



Harper. London. 1907. 

Half-Hours with the Highwaymen. Pic- 
turesque Biographies and Traditions of the "Knights of 
the Road." By Charles G. Harper. Illustrated by Paul 
Hardy and by the Author, and from Old Prints. London. 
1908. 

Two Volumes. 

The North Devon Coast. Bv Charles G. 



Harper. London. 1908. 

The Somerset Coast. By Charles G. Harper. 

London. 1909. 

The Smugglers. Picturesque Chapters in the 

story of an Ancient Craft. Illustrated by Paul Hardy, by 
the Author, and from Old-Time Prints and Photographs. 
London. 1909. 

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148 COBDEX-SAXDERSON, T. J. 

The Ideal Book, or Book Beautiful. A Tract on 
Calligraphy, Printing and Illustration and on the Book 
Beautiful as a Whole. By T. J. Cobden-Sanderson. 8vo. 




14H. ^Maxiscuipt: The Ideal Book 

BorXD BY THE DoVES BiNDEKY 



[148 Conliniicd] 

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149 COCKTON, Henry. 

A Collected Set of the Fikst Illustrated Editions 
OF the Works of Henry Cockton; as follows: 

The Life and Adventures of Valentine 



Vox; The Ventriloquist. With sixty illustrations by- 
Thomas Onwhyn. 8vo. London. 1840. 

First EniTiox, with etched extra-title. Originally issued in 
20 monthly parts. 

George St. George Julian, the Prince. With 

25 full-page etchings by T. Onwhyn. 8vo. London. 1841. 

First Editiox, with an etched extra-title, and portrait of the 
author. 

Syi,vester Sound: The Somnambulist. With 

44 full-page etchings by T. Onwhyn. 8vo. London. 1844. 

First Edition, with etched extra-title, and a portrait of the 
author. 

Stanley Thorn. With 15 illustrations. 8vo. 

London. 1844. 

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With etched extra-title, and very s})irited etchings by George 
Cruikshank (3), John Leech (8), and Alfred Crowquill (4). 

The Love Match. With 22 full-page illustra- 
tions by T. Onwhyn. 8vo. London. 1845. 

First Edition, with etched extra-title, and a portrait of the 
author. 



[149 Continuedl 

The Steward: A Romance of Real Life. With 

22 illustrations on steel by T. Onwhyn. 8vo, London. 
1850. 

First Edition, witli otclicd extra-title. 

The Sisters: or, The Fatal Marriages. With 

80 illustrations by Thomas Onwhyn, Kenny Meadows, and 
Alfred Crowquill. 8vo. London. 1851. 

The Second Edition, l)ut tlic fir.st with the 22 etchings by T. 
Onwhyn. 

Lady Felicia: A Novel. 8vo. London. 1851. 



Percy ErFiXGHA:M : or, the Germ of the World's 

Esteem. 8vo. London. 1853. 

Three Volumes. 
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150 COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor. 

Poems Chosen out of the Works of Samuei, Taylor 
Coleridge. [Colophon.] Edited by F. S. Ellis, and 
printed by me, William Morris, at the Kelmscott Press, 
Upper ]Mall, Hammersmith, and finished on the 5tli day 
of February, 1806. 8vo. Sold by William Morris at the 
Kelmscott Press. 

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151 COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor. 

The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. In Seven Parts. 
[Colophon.] The End of the Ancient Mariner, by S. T. 
Coleridge. Decorated by Charles Ricketts. 8vo. London. 
1899. 

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152 COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylou [and Charles La:mb]. 

Poems on Various Subjects. By S. T. Coleridge, late 
of Jesus College, Cambridge. [Latin Quotation.] Kimo. 
Ijondon : Printed for G. Ci. Robinsons and J. Col tic, Book- 
seller, Bristol, 1790. 

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153 [CO^MBE, WiLLLVM.] 

The Tour of Doctor Syntax, in Search of the 
P-I-C-turesque. [Vignette.] A Poem. Published 1st 
Ma//, 1812, at P. Ackermanns Pepositorij of Arts, 101, 
Strand, London. 

The Second Tour of Doctor Syntax, in 



Search of Consolation. A Poem. Published bt/ R. 
Aekerniann, at the Repositorij of Arts, 101. Strand, Lon- 
don. 1820. 

The Third Tour of Doctor Syntax, in 



Search of a Wife. A Poem. London: Published at R. 
Ackermann's Repositori/ of Arts, 101, Strand, n. d. 
[1821.] 

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154 [COMBE, William.] 

The English Dance of Death. From the designs of 
Thomas Rowlandson, with Metrical Illustrations. By the 
Author of "Doctor Syntax." 8vo. London: Published at 
R. Achermanns Repository of Arts, 101, Strand. 181.5. 

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155 [COMBE, William.] 

The Life of Napoleon^ a Hudibrastic Poem hi Fifteen 
Cantos, by Doctor Syntax, embelhshed with Thirty En- 
gravings, by G. Cruikshank. 8vo. London: Printed for 
T. Tegg. Ill, Cheapside. 1815. 

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156 [COMBE, William.] 

The Waks of Wellington, A Narrative Poem ; in Fif- 
teen Cantos. Embellished with Six Engravings; colored 
from the Original Paintings. By Dr. Syntax. 4to. Lon- 

^«^- ^^-1- Two Volumes. 

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shank's etchings — "Portraits of the General Officers," as frontis- 
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Buonaparte"; all in color; 31 of Heath's etchings of battle scenes, 
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157 CONSTABLE, Henky. 

The Poems and Sonnets or Henry Constable. [Colo- 
phon.] Here ends tliis Edition of Poems and Sonnets by 
Henry Constable, edited from early editions and manu- 
scripts by John Gray, with woodcut border and decora- 
tions executed by Charles Ricketts. 8vo. London. 1897. 

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lo8 CONWAY, Sir William Martin. 

The Alps. Described by W. Martin Conway. Painted 
by A. D. McCormick. Square 8vo. London. 1904. 

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129. W^ith 70 full-page illustrations reproduced in colors. 

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l.)9 COOPER, James Fenimore. 

A Collected Set or the Works of, in First English 
Editions, as follows: 

Precaution. A Novel. 16mo. London. 1821. 

Three Volumes. 

The Spy: A Tale of The Neutral Ground, re- 
ferring to Some Particular Occurrences during The Amer- 
ican War. 16mo. London. 1822. 

Three Volumes. 



[159 Continued] 

The Pioneers: or the Sources of the Susque- 
hanna. A Descriptive Tale. By the Author of "The 
Spy." 16mo. London. 1823. 

Three Volumes. 

The Pilot: A Tale of the Sea. Bv the Au- 



thor of "The Spy," "Pioneers," etc, 16mo. London. 1824. 

Three Volumes. 

Lionel Lincoln: or, the Leaguer of Boston. 



By the Author of "The Spy," "Pioneers," "Pilot," etc. 
16mo. London. 1825. 

Three Volumes. 

The Last of the Mohicans: A Narrative of 



1757. By the Author of "The Spy," etc. 16mo. London. 
182G. 

Three Volumes. 

The Prairie: A Tale. By the Author of "The 



Spy," etc. 16mo. London. 1827. 

Three Volumes. 

The Red Rover: A Tai-e. Bv the Author of 



'The Spy," etc. 16mo. London. 1828. 

Three Volumes. 

Notions of the Americans: Picked up by a 



Traveling Bachelor. 8vo. London. 1828. 

Three Volumes. 

The Borderers: A Tale. Bv the Author of 



"The Spy," etc. r2mo. London. 1829. 

Three Volumes. 

The Water Witch: or. The Skimmer of the 



Seas. A Tale. By the Author of "The Borderers," etc, 
12mo, London. 1830. 

Three Volumes. 



[159 Continued] 

The Bravo. A Venetian Story. By the author 

of "The Pilot," etc. 12ni(). London. 1831. 

Three Volumes. 

The Heidenmaueu : or, The Benedictines. Bv 



the Author of "The Pilot," etc. 12mo. London. 1832. 

Three Volumes. 

The Headsman : or, The Abbaye des Vignerons. 



A Tale. By the Author of "The Bravo," etc. 12mo. Lon- 
don. 1833. 

Three Volumes. 

The Monikixs. A Tale. By the Author of 



"The Spy," etc. 12mo. London. 1835. 

Three Volumes. 

Excursions in Switzerland. By J. Fenimore 



Cooper, Esq. 12mo. London. 1836. 

Two Volumes. 

A Residence in France; with an Excursion up 



the Rhine, and a Second Visit to Switzerland. By J. Feni- 
more Coojjer, Esq. 12mo. London. 1836. 

Two Volumes. 
— ■ Recollections of Europe. By J. Fenimore 



Cooper, Esq. 12mo. London. 1837. 

Two Volumes. 

England. With Sketches of Society in The Me- 



tropolis. By J. Fenimore Cooper, Esq. 12mo. London. 
1837. 

Three Volumes. 

Eve Effingham; or, Home. By J. Fenimore 



Cooper, Esq. 12mo. London. 1838. 

Three Volumes. 



[159 Continued] 

Excursions in Italy. By J. Fenimore Cooper, 

Esq. 12mo, London. 1838. 

Two Volumes. 

Homeward Bound; or, The Chase. A Tale of 

the Sea. By J. Fenimore Cooper, Esq. 12mo. London. 
1838. 

Three Volumes. 

The Pathfinder; or, The Inland Sea. By the 

Author of "The Pioneers," etc. 12mo. London. 1840. 

Three Volumes. 

Mercedes of Castile: A Romance of the Days 



of Columbus. By J. Fenimore Cooper, Esq. 12mo. Lon- 
don. 1841. 

Three Volumes. 

The Deerslayer: A Tale. By J. Fenimore 



Cooper, Esq. 12mo. London. 1841. 

Three Volumes. 

Jack Tier : or, The Florida Reef. By J. Feni- 



more Cooper. 16mo. London. [1841.] 

The Two Admirals : A Tale of the Sea. By J. 



Fenimore Cooper. 12mo. London. 1842. 

Three Volumes. 

The Jack o^ Lantern [Le Feu-Follet] ; or. 



The Privateer. By J. Fenimore Cooper, Esq. 12mo. Lon- 
don. 1842. 

Three Volumes. 

The French Governess: or. The Embroid- 



ered Handkercliief. A Romance. By J. Fenimore Cooper. 
12mo. London. 1843. 



[159 Continued^ 

Wyandotte: or, The Hunted Knoll. IJy J. 

Fenimore Cooper, Esq. 12mo. London. 184.*J. 

Three Volumes. 

Ned Myers: or, A Life Before the JNIast. Ed- 



ited by J. Fenimore Cooper. 12mo. London. 1848. 

Two Volumes. 

Afloat and Ashoke: or, The Adventures of 



Miles Wallingford. By the Author of "The Pilot," etc. 
12nio. Ijondon. 1844. 

Three Volumes. 

The Chainbearer: or, The Littlepage Manu- 



scripts. Edited by the Author of "The Spy," etc. 12mo. 
London. 1845. 

Three Volumes. 

Satanstoe: or. The Family of Littlepage. By 



J. Fenimore Cooper, Esq. 12mo. London. 1845. 

Three Volumes. 

Lucy Hardinge: A Second Series of Afloat and 



Ashore. By J. Fenimore Cooper. 12mo. London. 1846. 

Three Volumes. 

Ravensnest: or. The Redskins. By the Author 



of "The Pilot," etc. 12mo. London. 1846. 

Three Volumes. 

The Bee-Hunter: or, The Oak Openings. By 



the Author of "The Pioneers," etc. 12mo. London. 1848. 

Three Volumes. 

Mark's Reef: or, The Crater. By the Author 



of "The Prairie," etc. 12mo. London. 1848. 

Three Volumes. 



[159 Continued^ 

The Sea^ Lions: or, The Lost Sealers. By the 

Author of "The Red Rover," etc. 12mo. London. 1849. 

Three Volumes. 
Captain Spike: or. The Islets of the Gulf. By 



J. Fenmiore Cooper, Esq. 12mo. London. 184.9. 

Three Volumes. 

— — — The Ways of the Hour. By J. Fenimore 



Cooper. 12mo. London. 1850. 

Three Volumes. 

The Heathcotes: or, The Wept of Wish-ton- 



Wish. A Romance of Prairie Life. By J. Fenimore 
Cooper. 16mo. London. 1854. 

Together, 114 volumes. London, v. d., v. p., v. s. 

A collected set of the first English editions of Cooper is greatly 
priced by the collector because of the dignified and handsome format. 
Half dark green morocco, gilt top, uncut. 

160 CORREGGIO. 

Antonio Allegri da Correggio: His Life, His Friends, 
and His Time. By Corrado Ricci. From the Italian by 
Florence Simmonds. With 37 full-page plates and 190 
text illustrations. 4to. London. 1896. 

Two Volumes. 

Extra-Illustrated, and extended to 2 volumes, by the inser- 
tion of numerous engravings, etchings, and prints, from paintings, 
etc. ; including 10 original sketches by Mulinari, engraved portraits 
of Peruzzi, Charles VIII, Philippe II, Louis XII, and Carrache ; a 
full-page engraving of Michael Angelo by Francois, various por- 
traits, etc., etc. 

Full brown crushed levant morocco, Janseniste, gilt top, uncut, 
with the original covers preserved, by Canape. 



161 CORREGGIO. 

Antonio Allegri da Correggio. Another copy. 4to. 
London. 1896. 

Two Volumes. 

No. 40 of 100 copies on Japan j)aper, witli a duplicate set of 
the plates inserted. 

Full pjreen crushed levant morocco, with a wide gold-tooled 
border, gold-tooled backs and inside edges, gilt edges, by Stikeman. 

162 COTTON, Charles. 

Poems on Several Occasions. Written by Charles 
Cotton, Esq. 12mo. London: Printed for Tho. Basset, at 
the George in Fleet-Street; Will. Hensman and Tho. Fox, 
in Westminster-Hall. 1689, 

Cotton was the adopted son of Izaak Walton, and made trans- 
lations of Virgil and of Lucian. 

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central panel of yellow morocco with elaborately tooled ribbon de- 
sign in inlaid leathers, entAvined C's in corners, gilt edges, by 
Riviere. 

163 COURT MEMOIRS and HISTORIES. 

A Collected Set; Comprising the Writings of Grant- 
ley F. Berkeley, J. Bernard Burke, George Lillie 
Craik, Howard Evans, Martha Walker Freer, John 
Langton Sanford and Meredith Townsend, William 
J. Thoms, and Edward Walford, as follows: 

Berkeley, Grantley Fitzhardinge. Anecdotes of the 
Upper Ten Thousand: their Legends and their Lives. 
Second Edition. 8vo. London. 1867. 

Two Volumes. 

Burke^ John Bernard. Anecdotes of the Aris- 
tocracy, AND Episodes in Ancestral Story. 8vo. Lon- 
don. 1849. 

Two Volumes. 



[163 Continued'] 

Romantic Records of Distinguished Fam- 
ilies: A Second Series of Anecdotes of the Aristocracy. 
By J. Bernard Burke, Esq. Second Edition. 8vo. Lon- 
don. 1851. 

Two Volumes. 

Family Romance; or, Episodes in the Domestic 

Annals of the Ai'istocracy. By J. Bernard Burke, Esq. 
8vo. London. 1853. 

Two Volumes. 

Vicissitudes of Families. By Sir Bernard 

Burke. Remodeled Edition. 12mo. London. 1869. 

Two Volumes. 

The Rise of Great Families; Other Essays 

and Stories. By Sir Bernard Burke. Second Edition. 
8vo. London. 1873. 

Reminiscences: Ancestral, Anecdotal, and 

Historic. By Sir Bernard Burke. 8vo. London, n. d. 

Craik, George Lillie. The Romance of the Peerage ; 
or, Curiosities of Family History. By George Lillie Craik. 
8vo. London. 1848-1850. 

Four Volumes. 
With engraved frontispiece. 

Evans, Howard. Our Old Nobility. By Noblesse 
Oblige [Howard Evans]. 12mo. London. 1879. 

Two Volumes. 

Freer, Martha Walker. The Life of Jeanne d'Al- 
BRET, Queen of Navarre. From numerous Unpublished 
Sources. By Martha Walker Freer. 8vo. London. 1855. 

Two Volumes. 
With a frontispiece. 



[163 Cuntinucd] 

The Life of Marguerite d'Angouleme, 

Queen of ISTavarre, Duchesse d'Alen9on and de Berry, 
sister of Francis I, King of France. From numerous Un- 
published Sources. By JNlartha Walker Freer. Second 
Edition, Kevised. 8vo. London. 185(5. 

Two Volumes. 

Witli illustrations. 

Elizabeth ue Valois, Queen of Spain, and 

the Court of Philip II. From numerous Unpublished 
Sources. By JNIartha Walker Freer. Svo. London. 1857. 

Two Volumes. 

With a frontispiece. 

Henry III, King of France and Poland: His 



Court and Times. From numerous Unpublished Sources. 
By Martha Walker Freer. 8vo. London. 1858. 

Three Volumes. - 

With frontispieces. 

History of the Reign of Henry IV, King of 



France and Navarre. Part I. Henry IV and the League. 
From numerous Unpublished Sources. By Martha Walker 
Freer. Svo. London. 1860. 

Two Volumes. 

With frontispieces. 

Henry IV and Marie de Medici. Part II of 



the History of the Reign of Henry IV, King of France 
and Navarre. From numerous Unpublished Sources. By 
Martha Walker Freer. 8vo. London. 1861. 

Two Volumes. 

With frontispieces. 

The Last Decade of a Glorious Reign. Part 



III of the History of the Reign of Henry IV, King of 
France and Navarre. From numerous Unpublished 



[163 Continuedl 

Sources. By INIartha Walker Freer. 12mo. London. 
1863. 

Two Volumes. 

With frontispieces. 

- — ■ The Married Life or Anne of Austria, 

Queen of France, Mother of Louis XIV; and Don Se- 
bastian, King of Portugal. Historical Studies. By 
JNIartha Walker Freer. 8vo. London. 1864. 

Two Volumes. 

With a frontispiece. 

The Regency of Anne of Austria, Queen 

Regent of France, Mother of Louis XIV. From numer- 
ous Unpublished Sources. Large 8vo. London. 1866. 

Two Volumes. 

With frontispieces. 

Sanford, John Langton; and Townsend, Meredith. 
The Great Governing Families of England. By John 
Langton Sanford and ^Meredith Townsend. 8vo. Edin- 
hurgh and London. I860. 

Two Volumes. 

Thoms, William John. The Book of the Court: Ex- 
hibiting the History, Duties, and Privileges of the Several 
Ranks of the English Xobility and Gentry. By William J. 
Thoms. Second Edition. 8vo. London. 18-14<. 

Walford, Edward. Tales of Our Great Families. 
By Edward Walford. 12mo. London. 18T7. 

Four Volumes. 

Chapters from Family Chests. By Edward 

Walford. 12mo. London. 1887. 

Two Volumes. 

Together, 46 volumes. Edinburgh and London, v. d., 

V. s. 

Half blue crusliod levant morocco, gilt top, uncut. 



164 COUSIN, Charles. 

Racontaks: Illustres d'un Vieux Collectionneur. 
Par Ij'Aiiteur du "Voyage dans un Grenier," Charles 
Cousin, Vice-President de la Societe des Amis des Livres. 
4to. Paris: A La Librairie de VArt. 1887. 

One of 150 copies printed on Imperial Jajxin paper, with an 
extra set of the plates. 

This volume contains accounts of rare books, pictures, draw- 
ings, faience, autographs, and bibelots, with 53 illustrations, por- 
traits, etc., comprising etchings, engravings, chromotypes, and 
photogravures, botli full-page and in the text. Two volumes in 
one. 

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doublure of blue levant morocco, with roses in red in mosaic, bro- 
caded-silk flies, gilt top, uncut, by Ritter. 

165 COWPER, William. 

Poems. By William Cowj)er, of the Inner Temple, Esq. 
[Quotations.] Virgil. Caraccioli. London: Printed for 
J. Johnson, No. 72, St. Paul's Church Yard. 1782. 

The Task, A Poem, in Six Books. By William 



Cowper, of the Inner Temple, Esq. [Latin Quotation.] 
To which are added, by the Same Author, An Epistle to 
Joseph Hill, Esq. Tirocinium, or a Review of Schools, 
and the History of John Gilpin. London: Printed for 
J. Johnson, No. 72, St. Paul's Church Yard. 1785. 
Together, 2 volumes. 8vo. 

First Editions of both volumes. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, gilt edges, by Riviere. 

166 COWPER, William. 

Poems by William Cowper, of the Inner Temple, Esq. 
[Quotations.] Virgil. Caraccioli. London : Printed for 
J. Johnson, No. 72, St. Paul's Church Yard. 1782. 



[IQG Continued] 

The Task, A Poem in Six Books. By William 

Cowper, of the Inner Temple, Esq. London: Printed for 
J. Johnson, No. 72, St. Paul's Church Yard. 1785. 
Together, 2 volumes. 8vo. 

First Editions of both volumes ; tall, clean copies. 

With an Autograph MS. of Cowper, 2 pages, 4to, closely 
written, being an introduction to Milton, with numerous corrections, 
and several portions of poems showing Cowper's method of com- 
position. 

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yellow silk, edges gilt on the rough, by Zaehnsdorf. 

1 67 CRAIK, Mrs. Dinah Maria Mulock. 

Poems. By the Author of "John Halifax, Gentleman." 
12mo. London. [1859.] 

First Edition, with an engraved title and frontispiece by 
Sadler, after Birket Foster. 

Full green crushed levant morocco, decorated with a flower 
and leaf design, and background powdered with dots and stars, 
decorative borders of inlaid leather, gilt top, uncut, by Riviere. 

168 CRANE, Walter. 

Renascence: A Book of Verse. By Walter Crane. 
With title and vignettes, drawn by the Author. Small 4to. 
London. 1891. 

No. 66 of 350 copies printed for England. 

Full green crushed levant morocco, with flowers inlaid on 
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Fazakerley. 

169 CROMWELLIANA. 

A Chronological Detail of Events in which Oliver 
Cromwell was engaged; from the year 1642 to his death, 
1658; with a Continuation of other Transactions to the 
Restoration. Folio. Westminster. 1810. 

Two Volumes. 
One of 250 copies printed on Large-paper. 



[169 Continued] 

ExTKA-Iij.usTKATKD, Riid cxtciidod to 2 volumcs, by the inser- 
tion of 17() plates, including ISi portraits, many being proof im- 
pressions, engraved after Lely, Van Dyck, and others, by Bocquet, 
Fry, Bartolozzi, Aubry, Gucht, Harding, Picart, Houbraken, Owen, 
I^onibart, etc., etc. ; and ninneroiis etchings ; also 52 views, many in 
color, being mostly large folding plates. 

Full dark brown crushed levant morocco, gilt edges, by 
Morrell. 

170 CROWE, J. A., and CAVALCASELLE, G. B. 

Art Works. A Collected Set, as follows : 

A New History of Painting in Italy, from 



the Second to the Sixteenth Century. Drawn up from 
fresh materials and recent researches in the archives of 
Italy; as well as from personal inspection of the works of 
art scattered throughout Europe. London. 1864. 

Three Volumes. 

A History of Painting in North Italy, 



Venice, Padua, Vicenza, Verona, Ferrara, ]Milan, Friuli, 
Brescia, from the Fourteenth to the Sixteenth Century. 
Drawn up from fresh materials, etc., etc. With illustra- 
tions. London. 1871. 

Two Volumes. 

The Early Flemish Painters : Notices of their 

Lives and Works. Second Edition. London. 1872. 

The Life and Times of Titian. With some 



account of his family. With Portraits and Illustrations. 
Second Edition. London. 1881. 

Two Volumes. 

Raphael: His Life and Works. With par- 



ticular reference to Recently Discovered Records, and an 
exhaustive study of Extant Drawings and Pictures. Lon- 
don. 1882. 

Two Volumes. 



[170 Continued'] 

Together, 10 volumes. With over 170 illustrations. 8vo. 
Lo7idon. V. d. 

Full maroon crushed levant morocco, with sides and backs 
tooled in the style of Dei'ome, gold-tooled inside edges, gilt top, 
uncut, by Zaehnsdorf. 

171 THE GOUGH COLLECTION OF 

THE WORKS OF GEORGE CRUIKSHANK. 

A Unique Collection of the Works of George 
Cruikshank. In Oils and Water Colors; with Original 
Drawings, Etchings, Woodcuts, Lithographs, Glypho- 
graphs, etc. Also inserted articles, essays, portraits, news- 
jjaper clijspings, etc., forming the most complete collection 
of Cruikshankiana ever brought together in America. Col- 
lected by John B. Gough. 

This famous collection of the works of this renowned artist is 
the result of many years' gathering by its original owner. Mr. 
Gough was the warm personal friend of George Cruikshank, and a 
frequent visitor at his home. He thus had every opportunity to 
secure the plates, and, besides being personally assisted by Mr. 
Cruikshank in obtaining many, received a large proportion directly 
from the artist, as gifts. Many of these were "Proofs," and most 
were signed. There is included in this collection a very large 
number of the original drawings and water colors, forming almost 
an entire volume. Most, if not all, of these were sent by George 
Cruikshank to Mr. Gough, frequently bearing an inscription in 
Cruikshank's own hand. 

No effort or expense was spared by Mr. Gough to make this 
collection as complete as possible, and it stands to-day, with the 
exception of a single collection in private hands in Great Britain, 
far surpassing any other. It is more extensive and complete than 
even the large collection in the British Museum. Many plates are 
here which were unknown to Reid, the authoritative Cruikshank 
cataloguer. The collection, being unique and unrivaled in its 
variet}^ and extent, is of the highest interest and value. 

In forming this collection Mr. Gough discarded the text of 
the books which the plates illustrated, and retained only the illus- 



[171 Continued'] 

trations. Each plate has been carefully inlaid in Whatman paper, 

the leaf mounted on <]fuards, and the volumes stronfrly and beauti- 

fidlj bound. 

A list of the volumes, containing the plates, follows: 

Volume i. Thackeray's Essay on "Gf.orge Cruik- 
siTANK." Illustrated with numerous specimens se- 
lected from His Works. Original issue in the West- 
minster Review, June, 1840. Inlaid, pp. 60. Kxtra 
title, and list of 45 books illustrated by George Cruik- 
shank. (161 pp.) 

Extiia-Illustuated, by the addition of over 125 inserted 
plates ; including many title-pages. Croquis' sketch of Cruikshank 
seated upon a barrel, as frontispiece, the two famous drawings, 
"Breaking Up," and "INIonstrosities of 1816" in color; the "Tom 
and Jerry" series ; the drawings for the "Pocket Magazine" ; tlie 
complete drawings and text of "Stubb's Calendar," and "Barber 
Cox Calendar," with a set of "Illustrations of Time" with title ; the 
"Jack Sheppard" plates; etc., etc., many in color. 

Volume ii. Book Illustrations: Frontispieces; Title- 
pages ; Vignettes. By George Cruikshank. (150 pp.) 
Drawn title and table of contents, with a 2-page printed sketch 
of Cruikshank inserted. Photograph of George Cruikshank, by 
Maull I'l' Polyblank, London. 158 inserted plates. 

VoLLTME HI. Book Illustrations: Frontispieces; Title- 
pages; Vignettes. (156 pp.) 
Drawn title and table of contents. 
Portrait of George Cruikshank, engraved by Pound from a 

photograph. 182 inserted plates. 

Volume iv. Book Illustrations: Frontispieces; Title- 
pages ; Vignettes. (145 })p.) 

Drawn title and table of contents. 

Portrait of Cruikshank, engraved by WagstafF, with A. S. 
"From Geo. Cruikshank to his friend James Gibbs, August 6, 1859." 
184 plates inserted. 



[171 Continued^ 

Volume v. Book Illustrations: Frontispieces; Title- 
pages; Vignettes. (151 pp.) 

Drawn title and contents. 

Portrait of Cniikshank. A woodcut taken from the "Weekly 
Record," March 17, 1865. 190 plates inserted. 

Volume vi. Book Illustrations: Frontispieces; Title- 
pages; Vignettes. (158 pp.) 

Drawn title and contents. 

Portrait of George Cruikshank, engraved by WagstafF. A. S. 
"George Cruikshank to his friend J. B. Gough.'" 166 plates in- 
serted. 

Volume vii. Book Illustrations: Frontispieces; Title- 
pages; Vignettes. (150 pp.) 

Drawn title and contents. 

Portrait of Cruikshank, drawn by Croquis. 170 plates in- 
serted. 

Volume viii. Book Illustrations: Frontispieces; Title- 
pages; Vignettes. (146 pp.) 

Drawn title and contents. 
, A photographic portrait of Cruikshank. 166 plates inserted. 

Volume ix. Book Illustrations: Frontispieces; Title- 
pages; Vignettes. (159 pp.) 

Drawn title and contents. 

A photographic portrait of Ciniikshank. 177 plates inserted. 

Volume x. Book Illustrations: Frontispieces; Title- 
pages; Vignettes. (169 pp.) 

Drawn title and contents. 

A photographic portrait of Cruikshank. 151 plates inserted. 

Volume xi. Book Illustrations: Frontispieces; Title- 
pages; Vignettes. (169 pp.) 

Drawn title and contents. 

Portrait of Cruikshank. Full-page woodcut. 205 plates. 



[171 Continued'] 

Volume xii. Book Illustrations: Frontispieces; Title- 
pages; Vignettes. (IGO pp.) 

Drawn title and contents. 

Portrait of Ciniikshank, engraved by round from a photograph 
by Watkins. 154 plates. 

VoLUiviE XIII. Book Illustrations: Frontispieces; Title- 
pages; Vignettes. (164 pp.) 

Drawn title and contents. 

Portrait of Cruikshank. .Etat. 28. From a sketcli by himself. 
A woodcut. 277 plates. 

Volume xiv. Book Illustrations: Frontispieces; Title- 
pages; Vignettes. (1.57 pp.) 

Drawn title and contents. 

Portrait of Cruikshank. yEtat. 7G. An etching, from a photo- 
graph by Edwards & Bait. 148 plates. 

Volume xv. Book Illustrations: Frontispieces; Title- 
pages; Vignettes. (146 pp.) 

Drawn title and contents. 

Portrait of Cruikshank. A woodcut. 156 plates. 

Volume xyi. Book Illustrations: Frontisj)ieces ; Title- 
pages ; Vignettes. ( 173 pp. ) 

Drawn title and contents. 

Portrait of Cruiksliank, engraved from photograph by Taylor. 
Illustrated Review, January 1, 1872. 

Illustrated Review. Letter press. 7-page article on "George 
Cruikshank," with 2 newspaper clippings [1872] on the Ainsworth- 
Cruikshank controversy. 156 plates. 

Volume xvii. Characters and Scenes. (14.5 pp.) 

Drawn title and contents. 

Portrait of Cruikshank. An etching, as he appeared at the St. 
James Theatre, January 7, 1846, in the character of "General 
Bombastes.'^ 133 plates. 



[171 Continued] 

Volume XVIII. Political and Satirical. {152 pp.) 

Drawn title and contents. 

Portrait of Cruikshank. Hone and Cruikshank. An etching. 
106 plates. 

Volume xix. Political and Satirical. (243 pp.) 

Drawn title and contents. 

Portrait of Cruikshank. An etching. 149 plates. 

Volume XX. Political and Satirical. (196 pp.) 

Drawn title and contents. 

Portrait of Cruikshank. 1811. Etched by P. D'Aigaille. 839 
plates. 

Volume xxi. Political and Satirical. (160 pp.) 

Drawn title and contents. 

Portrait of Cruikshank, etched by Taylor, with "In Memoriam" 
verses. 136 plates. 

Volume xxii. Illustrations of Time and Phrenology 
— Scraps and Sketches — Miscellaneous. (175 
PP-) 

Drawn title and contents. 

Portrait of Cruikshank, etched by Gillot, as the "Champion of 
Temperance." 142 plates. 

Volume xxiii. Temperance and Social Reform. (217 
PP-) 

Drawn title and contents. 

Portrait of Cruikshank. Woodcut by "H. W. S." 153 plates. 

Volume xxiv. Rare Proofs. Index. (135 pp.) 

Portrait of Cruikshank. An etching. "The Venerable George," 
in "The Hornet," December, 1871. With the title and a sketch of 
George Cruikshank. 96 plates. 

Volume xxv. Original Drawings. Autograph Let- 
ters. (243 pp.) 

Portraits of George Cruikshank in profile. Also several pencil 
drawings on both sides of the leaf. Portrait of Charles Dickens. 



[171 Continned] 

An i'tcliiii<;', with fjifsiinilc of Dickens's aiit o^rapli. I'cncil sketcli 
for above otcliin^. rndci-ne.ith is written ".//,'•<' Ji()." !^^2() plates. 

Volume xxvi. The Works oe (iEouuE CuuiKsirAXK: 
in Oil, Water-ColoTS, Original Dniwinns, Ktchings, 
Woodcuts, Ijithographs, and Cilyphographs. Col- 
lected by John B. Gough. With a facsimile of the 
Catalogue and 28 original drawings re])roduced hy 
photogravure. Boston: TJic Cliih of Odd J^oluiiics. 
1890. 

One of 12.5 copies on plute paper, inlaid in Whatman hand- 
made paper. 

Volume xxvil The Works oe (tEorge Cruikshank, 
Classified and Arranged. With references to Reid's 
Catalogue, and their approximate values. By Captn. 
R. J. H. Douglas. With a frontispiece. London. 

No. 104 of an edition limited to 1,000 copies printed from type, 
inlaid to a uniform size. 

Together, 27 volumes. Folio. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, with a panel of filleted lines 
on the covers, (^old-tooled flowers in the corners and on the backs, 
gilt top, uncut, by the Club Bindery. 

172 CRUIKSHANK, George. 

Crltikshank's Water Colors. With introduction by 
Joseph Grego. Square 8vo. London. 1903. 

Edition-de-luxe, limited to 300 copies, of which this is No. 88. 
Signed by the publishers. With fiT illustrations reproduced in 
colors. 

Full green crushed levant morocco, w ith a central panel on the 
front cover containing a picture from the book ("The Last 
Chance"), inlaid in brown, blue, purple, green, and white morocco, 
and blind-tooled, and surrounded by a wide border containing 
elaborately interlacing scrolls of inlaid bands of yellow and green 
morocco, the back cover with a similar panel containing a picture 
from the book ("Fagin in the Condemned Cell"), inlaid in brown, 
black, white, blue, and drab morocco, and surrounded by interlacing 



[172 Continued^ 

scrolls of yellow and green morocco, doublure of a panel of orange 
levant with a unique decoration inlaid in light blue, and surrounded 
by swirling bands of inlaid yellow and green morocco, flies of orange 
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173 CRUIKSHANK, George. 

The Comic Ajlmanack, for 1835: [ — 1853.] An 
Ephemeris in Jest and Earnest, containing "All Things 
Fitting for such a Work." By Rigdum Funnidos, Gent.; 
adorned with a Dozen of "Righte Merrie" Cuts Pertaining 
to the Months, Sketched and Etched by George Cruik- 
shank. 12mo and 16mo. London. 1835-1853. 

Together, 19 volumes. London, v. d. 

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in which he always delighted, of recording in his own quaint, orig- 
inal manner, his opinions on the questions of the day." Among these 
250 etchings by George Cruikshank "there are some of his happiest 
bits of observation, of his shrewdest exposures of folly and vice and 
cant, and of original fanc}'." — Jerrold. 

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174 CRUIKSHANK, George. 

The Life of George Cruikshank: In Two Epochs. 
By Blanchard Jerrold. With Xumerous Illustrations. 
12mo. London. 1882. 

Two Volumes. 

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from his famous caricatures (some in color), with title-pages, illus- 
trations to books, etc., etc. 

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175 CUNNINGHAM, Peter. 

The Story of Nell Gwyn: and the Sayings of Charles 
the Second. Related and Collected hy Peter Cunningham, 



[17.> Continued] 

F.S.A. Illustrated with numerous woodcuts. 12ino. Iahi- 
don. 18)2. 

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and Harding. 

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170 CUNNINGHAM, Peter. 

The Story or Nell Gwyn : and the Sayinos of Charles 
the Second. Related and collected hy Peter Cunningham, 
F.S.A. 4to. New York. 1883. 

No. 29 of TOO copies printed, Extra-Illustrated by the in- 
sertion of the original Grant of Lands and Monies to the Earls of 
Crawford and Lindsay by King Charles II, 1682; and over 60 rare 
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of Sunderland, Pembroke, Marlborough, Miss Price, and others, en- 
gi-aved by Harding, Drevet, Scriven, Picart, Boyd, Cook, De Blols, 
etc., after Lely, Van der Werff, Janscn, Stothard, Van Dyck, 
Reynolds, etc. ; also "St. Martins," by Rowlandson, in color, "John 
Milton," engraved by Mariano Bovi ; "Jane Shore," in brown stipple, 
by Bartolozzi ; and an A. L. S. of Peter Cunningham. 

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brocaded-silk, gilt top, uncut, by David. 

177 CUPID AND PSYCHE. 

The Most Pleasant and Delectable Tale of the 
Marriage or Cupid and Psyche. Done into English by 
William Adlington, of University College in Oxford. 
Large 8vo. London. 1887. 

Large-paper Copy, with a photogravure frontispiece of 
"Psyche and Proserpina," by W. B. Richmond, an etching "Venus 
and the Sea-gull," by Vereker Hamilton, and a woodcut headpiece 
after Prudhon. 



[177 Continued^ 

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terflies, stars and pointille covering sides, back, and inside borders, 
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178 CYCLOPEDIA OF PAIXTERS AND PAINT- 

INGS. 

Edited by John Denison Champlin, Jr.; critical editor, 
Charles C. Perkins. With over 2000 illustrations. Large 
8vo. New York. 1887. 

Eight Volumes. 

Extea-Illustrated, and extended to 8 volumes, by the inser- 
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artists and reproductions of paintings, sculptures, and places. 

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and inside edges, gilt top, uncut, by TafRn. 

179 CYCLOPEDIA. 

The Century Dictionary. An Encyclopedic Lexicon 
of the English Language. Prepared under the superin- 
tendence of W. D. Whitney. 

Six Volumes. 

The Century Cyclopedia or Names. A Pro- 



nouncing and Etymological Dictionary of Names in 
Geography, Biography, JNIythology, Histor}', Ethnology, 
Art, ArchfEology, Fiction, etc., etc. Edited by Benjamin 
E. Smith. 

— The Century Atlas of the World. Pre- 



pared under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith. 

Together, 8 volumes. 4to. New York: The Century 
Co. [1889.] 

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backs, gilt top, uncut, by Roach. 



180 DALY, AuGUSTiN. 

WorriXGTON. A Tribute to the iVctress and to the 
Woman. By Aiigustin Daly. Ilhistrated with 16 photo- 
gravures and engraved pkites. Foho. New York: Printed 
for the Author. 1888. 

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masks, ribbons, and a fool's scepter, with harps, horns, trumpets, 
pipe, guitar, and tambourine, music-rolls, etc., gilt top, uncut, bv 
Pfistcr. 

181 DAVENPORT, Cyril. 

Royal English Bookbindings. By Cyril Davenport. 
With 8 Colored Plates and 27 Illustrations in the text. 
Lyarge 8vo. I^ondon. 1896. 

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sprays, etc., gilt top, uncut, by Stikeman. 

This binding is a reproduction of one on a copy of ".IClfric; 
London, 1709," which was bound for Queen Anne, and is now in the 
British Museum. 

182 DA VINCI, Leonardo. 

Leonardo da Vinci: Artist, Thinker, and Man of 
Science. I'rom the French of Eugene ]\Iiintz. With 20 
photogravure plates, 28 colored and tinted plates, and 252 
text illustrations. 4to. London. 1898. 

Four Volumes. 

ExTKA-Ii.i.usTKATED, and extended to 4 volumes, by the inser- 
tion of numerous etchings, engravings and prints, among which are 
the Da Vinci drawing of the "Lion and Dragon" ; the Pass colored 
etching of ''Vinci" : engravings of Leonardo by Allegrini, Artaria, 
Posselwhitc, and Mauraisse ; 6 sketches by Mulinari ; "Savonarola," 
engraved by Odienorez ; Walker's "Death of Leonard de Vincey," 
etc., etc. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, Janseniste, gilt top, uncut, by 
Canape. 



183 DAWE, George. 

The Life of Geoege Morland. By George Dawe, 
R.A. With an Introduction and Notes by J. J. Foster. 
Illustrated by Full-page Plates from examples in the Na- 
tional and Privates Galleries. 4to. London, Dickinsons. 
1904. 

Editiox-de-luxe, No. 2 of 175 copies on Japan paper, with 50 
full-page photogravure illustrations, and six plates printed in 
colors. 

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from subjects in Morland's pictures) inset in the front cover, ar- 
ranged in concentric circles with the intervening space filled-in with 
gold-tooled lines radiating from the center, doublure and flies of 
dark green watered-silk, gilt top, uncut, by Riviere. 

184 [DEFOE, Daniel.] 

The Life and Strange Surprizing Adventures of 
Robinson Crusoe, of York, Mariner: Who Lived Eight 
and Twenty Years all alone in an un-inhabited Island on 
the Coast of America, near the JSIouth of the Great River 
of Oroonoque. Written by Himself. Volume. I. 

— The Farther Adventures of Robinson Cru- 
soe; Being the Second and Last Part of His Life, and of 
the Strange Surprizing Accounts of liis Travels Round 
three Parts of the Globe. Written by Himself. [Vign- 
ette.] Volume II. 

Serious Reflections During the Life and 

Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe: with his 
Vision of the Angelick World. Written by Himself. 
[Vignette.] Volume III. 

Together, 3 volumes. 12mo. London: Printed for W. 
Taylor at the Sliip in Pater-Noster Bow. 1719. [Vol. 3. 
1720.] 

First Editions of the three parts, with engraved frontispieces 
and a folding map and plate. 

Full green crushed levant morocco, with border of three-line 
fillets, gold-tooled centerpiece and corners, gilt edges, by Riviere. 



185 [1)K FOE, Daniel.] 

The Life and Strange Surprising Adventures of 
RoiJixsoN Crusoe, oe York, JNIariner. Who lived eight 
and twenty years all alone in an nninhabited Island on the 
Coast of America, near the mouth of the Great River of 
Oroonoque. Written by himself. Vol. I. [Device.] Lon- 
don: Printed for John Stockdalc, Piccadilly. 1790. 

The Farther Adventures of Robinson Cru- 



soe; being The Second and Last Part of his Life, And of 
the Strange Surprising Account of his Travels Round three 
parts of the Globe. Written by Himself. Vol. 11. [De- 
vice.] London: Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly. 

1790.— The Life of Daniel De Foe. By George 

Chalmers, Esq. 8vo. London: Printed for John Stock- 
dale, Piccadilly. 1790. 

Seven Volumes. 

Unique. Extua-Illusteated. Two volumes extended to seven 
( with specially printed title-pages to each volume) by the insertion 
of 411 extra-illustrations containing in addition to the series of 
plates designed by T. Stothard and engraved by Medland for this 
edition, illustrations by Gavarni, Deveria, Marilller, Fesquet, 
Bewick, Corbould, Allen, Jounay, Mouvillcron, Cruikshank, Brown, 
Kirk, Duviviez, Picart, and others, engraved by Rouargue, de 
Sainson, Lodge, Heath, Medland, Delvaux, Berthet, Leconte, 
Hawkins, Pasquien, Collyer, Willmann, Grainger, Godin, Alix, 
Fouchery, Delignon, Maurinet, Sixdeniers, Raddon, Walker, Le- 
villain, Grignon, Pollard, Duprell, Chapins, Le Vachez, Fox, Sartain, 
Ludlow, Warren, and others ; a series of illustrations lithographed 
in colors after drawings by Coppin, Tomay, Vallet, and Mongin ; 
engraved portraits of De Foe by Flameng, Ludlow, Medland, and 
Delvaux and two folding maps of the woi*ld engraved on copper. 

Full dark blue crushed levant morocco, with a design on the 
front covers of a full-rigged ship, inlaid in green, white, and red 
morocco, riding on the waves, in the up])er corner the sun dispersing 
golden rays over the sea, doublure and flies of j-ellow watered-silk, 
gilt top, uncut. 



186 [DE FOE, Daniel.] 

The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe. 
Embellished with engravings from designs by Thomas 
Stothard, Esq., R.A. 8vo. London: Printed for T. Cadell 
and W. Davies. 1820. 

Two Volumes. 

ExTRA-Ii.LUSTKATED, by the insertion of a frontispiece portrait 
of De Foe engraved by Delvaux, a proof set of the Stothard-Heath 
plates on India paper, and another set of the same plates taken 
from the French edition. 

Full dark green crushed levant morocco, ^vith a three-line border 
on sides, edges gold-tooled, gilt top, uncut, by C'hambolle-Duru. 

187 [DE FOE, Daniel.] 

The Life and Surprising Adventures of Robinson 
Crusoe of York, Mariner. With Introductory Verses 
by Bernard Barton, and Illustrated with Xumerous En- 
gravings from Drawings by George Cruikshank expressly 
designed for this edition. 8vo. London: Printed at the 
Shakespeare Press by W. Nicol, for John Major, Fleet 
Street. 1831. 

Two Volumes. 
Full red crushed levant morocco, with floriated designs on backs, 
and inside borders in dentelle, gilt edges, by Bedford. 

188 DENTON, Sherman. 

INIoTHs AND Butterflies of the United States East 
of the Rocky Mountains. With over 400 Photographic 
Illustrations in the Text and ISIany Transfers of Species 
from Life. 8vo. Boston. [1900.] 

Two Volumes. 

Edition limited to .500 copies, of which this is copy No. 310. 
"The colored plates, or Nature Prints, used in this work, are direct 
transfers from the insects themselves ; that is to say, the scales of 
the wings of the insects are transferred to the paper while the bodies 



[188 Continued] 

arc printed from eii<^rjiviii<;s and ;if'tL'rw,ir(l colored by liaiid." — 
Preface. Of these colored illustrations there are in Vol. I (The 
Moths) 13 plates, and in Vol. II (The Butterflies) there are 44 
plates. The majority of the plates show both upper and under 
sides of the wing- surfaces. 

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in gold in the corners of the covers and on the back, gilt edges. 

189 DETAILLE, Edouakd. 

Detaiixe. By Marius Vachon. 4to. Park'. 1898. 

Exemplaire Xo. 61, with 25 full-page photogravures, and other 
illustrations, and a duplicate set of the plates, all being proof im- 
pressions. 

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engravings, and colored lithographs after the works of Detaille ; 
2 proof portraits by Massard, one being a proof impression before 
letters ; 2 A. L. S. of Detaille, 1 autograph card, and 1 autograph 
letter upon which are some original sketches ; also a proof plate, on 
which is an original drawing of a dragoon, signed "Edouard Detaille, 
Aug. 1897." 

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tooled, gilt top, uncut, by TafRn. 

190 DEVONSHIRE COLLECTION. 

The Masterpieces in the Duke of Devonshire's Coi.- 
i,ECTioN OF Pictures. Sixty Photogravures, With a 
Preface by S. Arthur Strong, Librarian of the House of 
Lords. FoHo. London. 1901. 

With superb photogravure reproductions of pictures in the 
collection at Devonshire House, Hardwick Hall, and Chatsworth. 

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is No. 44. 

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gold, doublure and flies of dark green crushed levant morocco, gold- 
tooled, gilt top, uncut, by Zaehnsdorf. 



191 DEVONSHIRE HOUSE Fancy Deess Ball. 1897. 

A Collection of Portraits in Costume of some of the 
Guests. With 291 photogravure plates. 4to. Harnmer- 
smith: Privately Printed for the Committee. 1899. 

The idea originated with the guests for pubHshing this volume 
and presenting copies to the Duke and Duchess of Devonsliire. 
Subscribers only were favored in the distribution. 

Half brown pigskin, roxburghe, vellum sides, gilt edges, by 
the Doves Bindery. 

192 DIBDIN, T. F. 

Bibliomania; or, Book-Madness: A Bibliographical 
Romance. Illustrated with cuts. By Thomas Frognall 
Dibdin, D.D. 8vo. London. 1842. 

Three Volumes. 

Extea-Ili.ustrated, and extended to 3 volumes, by the inser- 
tion of the plates of "Physiognomical Portraits of 100 Distinguished 
Characters. London: John Major, 1823," containing 2 titles; and 
over 118 litliographs, engravings and etchings; also 3 beautiful 
etchings after Rembrandt, including the rare "Christ Driving the 
Money Changers Out of the Temple," rare portraits of Roger 
Payne and Wynken de Wordc ; portraits of literary celebrities en- 
graved by Rigaud, Holl, Rousselle, Basan, Sharp, Stael, de Marce- 
nay, Laderer, Ryland, Harding, Bartolozzi, St. Aubin, Scriven, 
Moncomet, Thomson, etc., after Holbein, Diirer, Tofanelli, Ho- 
garth, etc., many being proofs, and some in color. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, Janseniste, gilt top, uncut, 
by Canape. 

193 DICKENS, Charles. 

A Collected Set of First Editions of the Works 
of Charles Dickens, including Original JNISS., Original 
Drawings, and other valuable and interesting Dickensiana, 
with complete lists of all the inserted Extra Plates, etc. 

All the extra illustrations, although catalogued together, are 
distributed in the various volumes at the places they illustrate. 

The volumes of this set are as follows : 

Sunday Under Three Heads: [woodcut] As 

It is, [woodcut] As Sabbath Bills Would Make It, [wood- 



[ID.'J Cuntiniu'd] 

cut] As it might be made. By Timothy Sparks. Foolscap 
8vo. London: Chapman &, Hall, 186, Strand. 1836. 

Witli tlic original \vra})])or.s inserted, and witli 3 illustrations 
by "Phiz." 

This is one of the scarcest of Dickens's books. Some of the 
original copies have the date erased, probably by some dealer, who 
bought up the remaining co])ies, and hoped to sell them as a new 
publication. 

The Village Coquettes: A Comic Opera. In 



two Acts. By Charles Dickens. The Music of John 
Hullah. 8vo. London: Richard Bentley, New Burlington 
Street. 1836. 

Sketches by "Boz." Illustrative of Every-Day 



Life, and Every-Day People. Illustrations by George 
Cruikshank. Post 8vo. Londo7i: John Macrone, St. James 
Square. 1836. Vol. 3. 1837. 

With the original dark green and pink cloth covers preserved. 

Containing a preface dated Febi-uary, 1836. Vol. I contains 8 
illustrations, Vol. 11 8 illustrations, and Vol. Ill 10 illustrations. 
A later edition of Vol. Ill contained two more illustrations, called 
"The Last Cab-Driver," and "May-day in the Evening," both of 
which have been inserted in this copy. 

The Strange Gentleman: A Comic Burletta, 



in Two Acts. By "Boz." First Performed at The St. 
James's Theatre, on Thursday, wSeptember 29, 1836. Post 
8vo. London: Chapman S^ Hall, ISQ, Strand. 1837. 

With a frontispiece by "Phiz." 

With an original A. L. S. of Charles Dickens inserted, 
referring to the play, and probably addressed to 1. P. Harley, the 
actor. This is one of the scarcest of Dickens's works, and especially 
so with the frontispiece as in this copy. It was reprinted, but with 
an etched frontispiece by Pailthorpe instead of the original by 
"Phiz." 



[193 Continued] 

The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick 

Club. By Charles Dickens. With 43 Illustrations, by R. 

Seymour and Phiz. 8vo. London: Chapman ^ Hall,, 186, 

Strand. 1837. ^ 

iwo Volumes. 

Engraved extra-titles, and witli all the original green wrappers 
and advertisements preserved. One volume bound in 2, bound from 
the 20 parts, including the 4 exceedingly rare reading notices of 
Dickens which appeared in Nos. 2, 3, 10, and 15. The first issue 
with the 2 plates by Buss. 

Also the following Extra-Illustratioxs inserted: 

Sheet containing illustrations of 72 characters from Dickens 
printed in color. 

Original pencil drawings, 10 heads on 1 sheet. 

The Pickwick Gazette, Nos. I and III. 

With 34 original drawings by "Phiz," and 20 original draw- 
ings by Pailthorpe, and an original drawing by Crowquill. 

Set of 32 illustrations by Onwhyn, signed "Sam Weller," 
colored. 

Set of 20 illustrations by W. Heath, entitled "Pickwickian 
Illustrations." 

Set of 12 illustrations by Onwhyn, the series first designed for 
the cheap edition of "Pickwick" in 1847, but not published until 
1894, with the original cover bound in. 

An additional series of 6 illustrations from original drawings 
by "Phiz," with cover. 

Series of 32 illustrations, colored, by Grecnway and Wright, 
from drawings by John Gilbert, with all the original covers. Four 
illustrations by Crowquill. 

When Seymour shot himself in 1836, leaving the illustrations 
to Pickwick incomplete, John Leech unsuccessfully applied to 
Dickens for the opportunity to complete them. 

The Post-Humoukous Notes of the Pick- 
wickian Club. Edited by "Bos." Illu.strated with 120 
eng•ra^'ings. 8vo. London: Printed and Published by E. 
Lloyd, 62, Broad Street, Bloomsbnry. n. d. 

Two Volumes. 

Bound from the original parts, with a few of the original 
wrappers preserved. Titles in picture borders. 



[193 Continued^ 

Posthumous Papers of the Wonderful Dis- 
covery Club, formerly of Camden Town, established by- 
Sir Peter PatroiL Edited by Poz. With Illustrations de- 
signed by Sqnib, and engraved by Point. 8vo. London: 
William Mark Clark, 17, Warwick Lane: and all other 
booksellers, n. d. 

Title ill picture-border. Original paper wrappers preserved. 
SA]vr Weller; A Journal of Wit and Humour. 



Edited by Sam Sliek. 8vo. [Londoji.'] n. d. 

— Oliver Twist; or, the Parish Boy's Progress. 



By "Boz." Post 8vo. London: Richard Bcntlcij, New 
Burlington Street. 1838. 

Three Volumes. 

With 2-i illustrations by George Cruikshank. 

With the original cloth covers and all the advertisements pre- 
served. The earliest issue with the exceedingly rare "Fireside 
Plate" in Volume III. 

The first two volumes were originally issued in Bentk^y's Mis- 
cellany. The three volumes were then published without the com- 
pletion of Volume III in the magazine. The last plate, "Rose 
Maylie and Oliver," was suppressed and another substituted. 

Also the following Extra-Ii-lustrations inserted : 

With 26 original drawings by George Cruikshank, and 20 
original drawings by Pailthorpe. 

A series of 27 fine pen-and-ink drawings, signed "M." 

A series of 10 wood-engravings, proof impressions on India 
paper. 

— Sketches of Young Gentlemen. Dedicated 



to the Young Ladies. With Six Illustrations by "Phiz." 
12mo. London: Chapman and Hall, 186, Strand. 1838. 

W^ith the original covers presened. 

The Life and Adventures of Oliver Twist, 



the Workhouse Boy. With Numerous Illustrations. 



[193 Continued'] 

[Edited by "Bos."] 8vo. London: Published hij E. Lloyd, 
for J. Graves, Printer, 30, Curtain Road, Shoreditch. 
[1838.] 

With the original wrapper to Part II preserved. The volume 
is a skit on "Ohver Twist." 

Memoirs or Joseph Grimaldi. Edited by 



"Boz." With Portrait of Grimaldi by Raven, and 12 Illus- 
trations by George Cruikshank. 12mo. London: Richard 
BentJey, Netv Burlington Street. 1838. 

Two Volumes. 

With the original pink cloth covers and advertisements pre- 
served. 

This is the first issue, without the pantomimic border, "The 
Last Song," by "Crowquill," around the plate. 

]MoRE Hints ox Etiquette, for the Use of So- 



ciety at Large, and Young Gentlemen in Particular. By 
paid agogos. With Cuts by George Cruikshank. [Vign- 
ette.] 16mo. London: Charles Tilt, Fleet Street. 1838. 
With the original cover and advertisements preserved. 

The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nick- 



LEBY. By Charles Dickens. With [39] Illustrations by 
Phiz. 8vo. London: Chapman and Hall, 186, Strand. 
1839. 

Two Volumes. 

Bound from the original 20 parts, April, 1838, to October, 
1839; with all the green covers and advertisements preserved; also 
containing a portrait of Dickens painted by Maclise and engraved 
by Finden. Witli an engraved extra-colored title. Bound in 2 
volumes. 

With the following Extra-Illustrations inserted: 

Five original drawings by Kenny Meadows. 

32 illustrations by Onwhyn, some with the pseudonym, "Peter 
Palette," colored, as issued by E. Grattan, of Paternoster Row, in 
1839. 

A series of 14 wood-engravings, proof impressions on India 
paper. 



[193 Cu n tinu cd'\ 

The Loving Bai.i.ad of Lord Bateman. Il- 
lustrated by George Cruikshank. 32mo. London : Charles 
Tilt, Fleet Street; and Mustapha Syried, Constantinople. 
1839. 

With 11 plates and a slieet of music by George Cruikshank, 
and witli the original green cloth cover and advertisements pre- 
served. 

The authorshi}) of this version of the ballad has been variously 
attributed to Dickens, Thackeray, and Cruikshank ; but it is 
])robable that Dickens wrote only the notes and the preface. 

- — • Sketches of Young Couples; with an Urgent 



Remonstrance to the Gentlemen of England (Being Bach- 
elors or Widowers) on the Present Alarming Crisis. By 
the author of "Sketches of Young Gentlemen." With 6 
Illustrations by "Phiz." 12mo. London: Chapman and 
Hall, 186, Strand. 1840. 

With the original green wrappers and the advertisements, 
which include an announcement of "Master Humphrey's Clock," 
preserved. 

Master Humphrey's Clock. By Charles Dick- 



ens. With Illustrations by George Cattermole and Hablot 
Browne. 8vo. London: Chapman and Hall, 186, Strand. 
1840. 

Three Volumes. 

Bound from the original 88 weekly (white) and 20 monthly 
(green) parts, with all the covers and advertisements preserved 
(but without the 6 addresses). This volume vontains "Old Curi- 
osity Shop" and "Barnaby Rudge." There is also one plate by 
George Cruikshank and one plate by Maclise. 

With the following Extra-Ili^ustratioxs Inserted: 

Portrait of Dickens, a proof on India paper. 

A. L. S. of Thomas Sibson to William Bell Scott, dated 
"Batzcn, ^Srd May, 1843." (4 pp.) 4to. 

Original pencil drawing of portrait of Thomas Sibson, by 
William Bell Scott. 

Original drawing by Thomas Sibson. "The Old Man implor- 
ing Quilp to make further advances." 



[193 Continued'] 

Original drawing by J- Clayton Clarke. "The Travelling 
Showmen." 

Two portraits of Charles Dickens. Pliotographs. 

Original drawing in water-colors on blue paper, by J. Clayton 
Clarke. 

A scries of 72 plates by Thomas Sibson, some inlaid, as issued 
by R. Tyas. 

A series of 8 scarce plates by "Phiz," as issued in sets of four 
by Chapman and Hall. 

23 wood-engravings, from the Diamond edition, proof im- 
pressions on India paper, the only set struck off. 

— — The Pic-Xic Papers. By Various Hands. 



Edited by Charles Dickens, Esq. With [14] Illustrations 
by George Cruikshank, Phiz, etc. 12mo. London: Henry 
Colhurn, Publisher, Great Marlborough Street. 1841. 

Three Volumes. 

With the original cloth covers preserved. Dickens contributed 
the first story, "The Lamp-lighter," and was the editor of the rest 
of the book. 

American Notes for General Circulation. 



By Charles Dickens. 12mo. London: Chapman and Hall, 
186, Strand. 1842. 

Two Volumes. 

With the original cloth covers and advertisements preserved. 
The earliest issue, with the last page of "Contents" numbered 
"XVI," instead of "VHI." 

A Christmas Caroi,. In Prose. Being a Ghost 



Story of Christmas. By Charles Dickens. With Illustra- 
tions by John Leech. 16mo. [Vignette.] London: Chap- 
man &, Hall, 186, Strand. 1843. 

With the original brown cloth cover preserved. 

The earliest issue of the First Edition, with the title printed 
in red and blue, and with "Stave I" instead of "Stave One" on 
page 1. 

With the following Extra-Iliaistrations inserted : 

4 colored plates and 4 woodcuts, by John Leech. 



[193 Continued^ 

Original drawing, in color, b}' John I.cecli, of "Scrooge and 
the Ghost." 

Proof impression of an engraving of the above drawing. 
2 wood-engravings, proof iin])ressions on India paper. 

Evenings or a Working INIan : Eeino- the Occu- 



pation of His Scanty Leisure. By John Overs. With a 
Preface llelative to the Author, hy Charles Dickens. KJmo. 
London : T. C. Newhy, 72. Mortimer Street, Cavendish 
Square. 184"1. 

The Lii'E and Adventukes of Martin Chuz- 



ZLEAviT. By Charles Dickens. With [40] Illustrations by 
Phiz. 8vo. London: Chapman and Hall, 18G, Strand. 
1844. 

Two Volumes. 

Bound from the original 20 parts, with the green covers and 
advertisements preserved, and an engraved extra-title. Bound in 
2 volumes. 

The earliest issue, with the sign on the guide-post reading 
"100£" instead of "£100." Copies with this variation are exceed- 
ingly scarce. 

With the following Extra-Illustrations inserted: 

Original drawing by "Phiz." "Mr. Tapley succeeds in finding 
a jolly subject for contemplation. 

Portrait of Dickens, an India proof impression. 

Original drawing by "Phiz." "The Board." 

Original drawing by "Phiz." "Eas^f Shaving." 

Proof of engraving of same, differing considerably from tlie 
plate as finally published. 

Original drawing by "Phiz." "Mysterious installation of 
Mr. Pinch." 

A series of 16 wood-engravings, being proof impressions on 
India paper. 

The Chimes: A Goblin Storv of Some Bells 



that Rang an Old Year Out and a New Year In. By 
Charles Dickens. IGmo. London: Chapman and Hall. 
180, Strand. 1845. 



[193 Continued^ 

With 2 full-page illustrations. This is the earliest issue of 
the First Edition, wdth the puhlishers' name engi*aved on the plate 
of the engraved title. With frontispiece, engraved title, and 11 
woodcuts b}' Jolui Leech, Richard Doyle, and others. 

A Peesektatiox Copy from Charles Dickens to the Countess 
of Blessington, with an inscription inserted, "Private, Countess of 
Blessington, Charles Dickens," in his autograph, and a portrait 
of the Countess of Blessington inserted. This volume is believed 
to be uxiauE in this uncut state. A newspaper clipping giving an 
account of its purchase at a sale at Sotheby's, is inserted ; also, 
one woodcut inserted, a pi'oof impression on India paper. 

The CeicivEt on the Heaeth. A Fairy Tale 

of Home. By Charles Dickens. 16mo. London: Printed 
and jmhlished for the Author by Bradbury S^ Evans, 90, 
Fleet Street, and Whitefriars. 1846. 

With the original red cloth covers preserved. 

With a frontispiece, an engraved extra-title, and numerous 
engravings on wood by John Leech, Richard Doyle, and others. 
With 2 Mood-engravings, proof impressions on India paper in- 
serted. 

— Pictuees from Italy. By Charles Dickens. 

The Vignette Illustrations on Wood, by Samuel Palmer. 
[Vignette.] 16mo. London: Published for the Author, by 
Bradbury &, Evans, Whitefriars. 1846. 

With the original blue cloth cover preserved. 

■ — The Battle of Life: A Love Story. By 

Charles Dickens. 16mo. London: Bradbury i| Evans, 
Whitefriars. 1846. 

With the original red cloth covers preserved, and with a 
frontispiece, an engraved extra-title, and numerous engravings on 
wood by John Leech, Richard Doyle, Clarkson Stanfield, and Daniel 
Maclise. The third issue of the First Edition, with the scroll "A 
Love Story" supported by a Cupid. 

Also containing the following Extra-Illustrations inserted : 
Original drawing by John Leech. "Snitchey and Craggs." 
Original drawing by John Leech. "The Night of the Re- 
turn. 

A wood-engraving, being a proof impression on India paper. 



[198 Conlinucd] 

DoMBEY AND SoN. By Chai'les Dickens. With 

[40] Illustrations by H. K. Browne. Svo. Ijondon: Brad- 
bury c^ Evans, 11, Bouverie Street. 1848. 

IJound from the original 20 monthly j).'irts, with all the covers 
and advertisements preserved. Engraved extra-title. 

ExTRA-Ii.LXJSTRATED, with a scHes of 12 additional engrav- 
ings by H. K. Browne; and another series of 15 illustrations, being 
India proof impressions, inlaid, inserted. 

The Haunted Man, and The Ghost^s Bar- 
gain. A Fancy for Christmas-time. By Charles Dickens. 
12mo. London: Bradbury &^ Evans, 11, Bouverie Street. 
1848. 

With the original red cloth covers presei*ved. 

The Haunted Man, and The Ghost's Bar- 
gain. A Fancy for Christmas-time. By Charles Dickens. 
12mo. London: Bradbury &, Evans, 11, Bouverie Street. 
1848. 

With a frontis2:)iece, an engraved extra-title, and 14 engrav- 
ings on wood bv John Leech, Joseph Tenniel, and others. With 
2 wood-engravings, proof impressions on India paper, inserted. 

The Battle of London Life; or, Boz and His 



Secretary. By JNIorna. With six [only 5] Designs on 
stone by George Sala. 12mo. London: George Pieree, 
310, Strand. 1849. 

Interesting for the portrait of Dickens in liis study, by Mr. 
Sala, which it contains. 

The Personal History of David Copperfield. 



By Charles Dickens. With [40] Illustrations by H. K. 
Browne. 8vo. London: Bradbury i§ Evans, 11, Bouverie 
Street. 1850. 

Two Volumes. 



[193 Continued^ 

Bound from the original 20 monthly parts with all the covers 
and advertisements preserved. With engraved extra-title. Bound 
in 2 volumes. 

Extra-Illustrated, and extended to 2 volumes, by the inser- 
tion of a series of 16 wood-engravings, being proof impressions on 
India paper. 

Christmas Numbers of "Household Words," 

for 1850, 1851, 1852, 1853, 1854, 1855, 1856, 1857, and 
1858; also the Christmas Numbers of "All the Year 
Round," for 1859, 1860, 1861, 1862, 1863, 1864, 1865, 1866, 
and 1867. 4to. London: Published at the Office, No. 16, 
Wellington Street, North, Strand. Printed by Bradbury 
&, Evans, Whitefriars. 

Together bound in 1 volume, from the original numbers, with 
the covers of all that were published in wrappers, and all the ad- 
vertisements preserved. These are very scarce in complete form. 

Extra-Illustrated, by the insertion of the following: 

Portrait of Dickens. A photograph. 

5 wood-engravings, all proof impressions, 4 being on India 
paper. 

The Original Manuscript of "The Perils of 

Certain English Prisoners and their Treasures," being the 
Christmas number of "Household Words" for 1857. Chap- 
ters I and III are in the handwriting of Charles Dickens, 
and Chapter II in that of Wilkie Collins. The Dickens por- 
tion mounted on 51 leaves, uniform with the Collins manu- 
script of 39 leaves, the whole consisting of 90 leaves, with 
title and table of contents, and with a very interesting 
A. L. S. of Charles Dickens inserted. Also an A. L. S. 
from Wilkie Collins to Dickens; all collected in one volume. 

A Child's History of England. By Charles 

Dickens. With a Frontispiece [in each volume] by F. W. 
Topham. Square 12mo. London'. Bradbury &, Evans, 11, 
Bonverie Street. 1852-3-4. 

Three Volumes. 
With the original red cloth covers preserved. 



[198 Continued] 

To Be Read at Dusk. By Charles Dickens. 

8vo. London. 1852. 

This story was a contribution to "T/t^ Keepsake. 1852. 
Edited by Miss Poxver. With Engravings. London: David Bogue, 
1852." 

Bleak House. By Charles Dickens. With [40] 



Illustrations by H. K. Browne. 8vo. London: Bradbury 
<§ Evans, 11, Bouverie Street. 1853. 

With an engraved extra-title. Bound in 2 volumes. 

Bound from the original 20 monthly parts, beginning March, 
1852, with all the green covers and advertisements preserved. 

Extra-Illustkated, by the insertion of a series of 16 wood- 
engravings, being proof impressions on India paper. 

— Hard Times, For These Times. By Charles 



Dickens. 12mo. London: Bradbury &^ Evans, 11, Bou- 
verie Street. 1854. 

With the original green cloth covers preserved. 
Extra-Illustrated, by the insertion of a series of 6 wood- 
engravings, being proof impressions on India paper. 

Little Dorrit. By Charles Dickens. With 

[40] Illustrations by H. K. Browne. 8vo. London: Brad- 
bury i^ Evans, 11, Bouverie Street. 1857. 

Two Volumes. 

With an engraved extra-title. Bound from the original 20 
monthly parts, with all the green wrappers and advertisements 
preserved, including the scarce notice in No. XVI. Bound in 2 
volumes. 

Extra-Illustrated, and extended to 2 volumes, by the in- 
sertion of: 

A portrait of Charles Dickens, being an India proof im- 
pression. 

A series of 18 wood-engravings, being proof impressions on 
India paper. 

— The Poor Traveller: Boots at the Holly-Tree 

Inn: and Mrs. Gamp. By Charles Dickens. 12mo. Lon- 
don: Bradbury ^ Evans, 11, Bouverie Street. [1858.] 



[193 Continued] 

Witli the original green wrappers preserved. This book was 
arranged for tlie author's readings. 

Extra-Illusteated, by the insertion of: 

Original pencil drawing of 2 heads, entitled "Nora." 

2 wood-engravings, being proof impressions on India paper. 

— The Story of Little Dombey. By Charles 

Dickens. 12mo. London: Bradbtiry ^ Evans, 11, Bou- 
verie Street. 1858. 

With the original green wrappers preserved. 

— — — A Tale of Two Cities. By Charles Dickens. 
With [16] Illustrations by H. K. Browne. 8vo. London'. 
Chapman and Hall, 19.3, Piccadilln , and at the office of 
All the Year Round, 11, Wellington Street, North. 1859. 

With an engraved extra-title. Bound from the 8 original 
monthly parts, June to December, 1859, with 16 illustrations, and 
with all tlie green covers and advertisements preserved. 

Extra-Illustrated, by the insertion of: 

A series of 9 water-color drawings by Kyd. 

A series of 9 engravings on wood, being proof impressions 
before letters, on India paper. 

]Mr. Thackeray, Mr. Yates, and The Gar- 
rick Club. The Correspondence and Facts. Stated by 
Edmund Yates. 8vo. Printed for Private Circulation, 
1859. 

1852. A Curious Dance Round a Curious 

Tree. By Charles Dickens. No title-page, date, or 
printer. 16mo, ^London. I860.] 

With the original purple wrappers preserved, and a descrip- 
tive letter inserted. 

This little pamphlet was supposed to have been written by 
Mr. W. H. Wills, and was originally published in "All the Year 
Round." 

Also, the ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT. This volume is accom- 
panied with the original manuscript in the handwriting of Charles 
Dickens, being the copy used by the printer for 217 lines out of 
the 393 of the printed text, of the first sketch which gives the title 



[193 Continued] 

to tlie book. W'l'ittcii on flcxcii l'-2iiio slicct.s. The cxistcnci' of 
this manuscript proves coiichisively tlie falsity of the often re{)ub- 
h'shed statement that Dickens had hardly anything- to do with this 
pamphlet. It proves, at least, that he wrote, corrected, and re- 
corrected for the printer considerably more than half of the par- 
ticular article which oives the title to the book. 

Gkeat Expectations. By Charles Dickens. 



12mo. London: Chapman and Hall, 193, Piccadilly. 1861. 

Three Vohimes. 

With the orifrinal covers preserved. 

The wjiole first edition of this book was absorbed l)y the 
libraries, and is consequently most difficult to get in a clean condi- 
tion. The book was never satisfactorily illustrated in England, 
but in 1885 Pailthorpe, through Messrs. Robson and Karslake, is- 
sued for it 21 etchings, the originals for which are inserted in 
this set. 

Extra-Illustrated, by the insertion of: 

Twenty-two original drawings by F. W. Pailtliorpe. 

A series of 29 original pen-and-ink drawings, each full-page, 
by Frazcr. 

A series of 9 original drawings of characters, in water-cohn-, 
by Kyd. 

A series of 8 wood-engravings, being proof impressions on 
India paper. 

The Uxcommerciai. Traveller. Bv Charles 



Dickens. 12mo. London: Chapman 8^ Hall, 193, Picca- 
dilly. 1861. 

With the original covers and advertisements preserved. 
Extra-Illustrated, by the insertion of 2 wood engravings, 
being proof impressions on India paper. 

Our Mutual Friend. Bv Charles Dickens. 



With [40] Illustrations by JNIarcus Stone. 8vo. London: 
Chapman <| Hall, 193, Piccadilly. 1865. 

Two Volumes. 

Bound from the original 20 monthly parts, beginning May, 
1864, and with all the green covers and advertisements preserved. 



[193 Continued^ 

Extea-Illustrated, by the insertion of: 
Forty original drawings and proofs of the drawings. 
Two beautiful steel engraved portraits of Dickens. 
Original drawing for the cover. 
Proof of design for the cover. 

5 extra drawings in pen-and-ink and pencil, inlaid. 
An additional series of 15 illustrations, being proof impres- 
sions on India paper, inlaid. 

Legends and Lyrics. By Adelaide Anne Proc- 



ter. With an Introduction by Charles Dickens. New 
Edition, Avith Additions. Illustrated by W. T. C. Dobson, 
Samuel Palmer, J. Tenniel, George H. Thomas, Lorenz 
Frolich, W. H. ]Millais, G. DuMaurier, W. P. Burton, 
J. D. Watson, Charles Keene, L. :M. Carrick, M. E. Ed- 
wards, T. Morten. Small 4to. London: Bell &,Daldy,lS6 , 
Fleet Street. 1866, 

With the original covers preserved. 

The Charles Dickens Dinner. An Authentic 



Record of The Public Banquet given to Mr. Charles 
Dickens, at the Freemasons' Hall, London, on Saturday, 
Xovember 2, 1867. Prior to his Departure for the United 
States. With a report of the speeches from special short- 
hand notes. 8vo. London: Chapman i| Hall, 193, Picca- 
dilly; Ticknor and Fields, Boston. 1867. 

Infelicia. Bv Adah Isaacs Menken. Portrait, 



and wood-engravings. Dedicated to Charles Dickens. 
Square 16mo. London, Paris, New York. 1868. 

The Mystery of Edw in Drood. By Charles 



Dickens. With 12 Illustrations by S. L. Fildes, and a 
portrait. [Vignette.] 8vo. London: Chapman S^ Hall, 
im, Piccadilly. 1870. 

Bound from the original 6 monthly parts, commencing in April, 
1870, and ending in September following, 12 parts having been 



[193 Continued] 

intended. With .'ill the <rrecn covlm's and advertisements preserved. 
Engraved extra title. 

Extra-It.i.i'stuati.i), by the insertion of 6 original drawings 
in water-color by Kyd. 

Hunted Down: A Storv. By Charles Dickens. 



With some Account of Thomas Griffiths Wainewright, the 
Poisoner. 16mo. London: John Camden Hotten, 74 and 
75, Piccadilli/. [1870.] 

With the original green w ra})per and all advertisements pre- 
served. 

Speeches: Litekaky and Social. By Charles 



Dickens. [Portrait as Vignette.] Now First Collected. 
With chapters on "Charles Dickens as a Letter Writer, 
Poet, and Public Reader." 8vo. London: John Carnden 
Hotten, Piccadilly. [1870.] 

A portrait is inserted, and the original covers preserved. 

The Best of All Good Company. Edited l)y 



Blanchard Jerrold. A Day With Charles Dickens. 8vo. 
London. 1871. 

With facsimile MSS. of Charles Dickens, and with the original 
paper wrappers and advertisements preserved. 

The Ln-'E of Chx\rles Dickens. By John 



Forster. With Portraits, Facsimiles of Letters, MSS., 
etc., and other Illustrations. 8vo. London: Chapman c^ 
Hall, 193, Piccadilly. 1872-1873-1874. 

Three Volumes. 

With the original brown cloth covers preserved. 

Extra-Illustrated, by the insertion of 78 portraits, of 
which 4 are proofs before letters, and 5 proofs on India paper, 2 
photographs ; and 58 other illustrations, 5 of which are proof im- 
pressions : including portraits of Dickens, and of his famous con- 
temporaries, his illustrators, his biographer, pictures of Old Lon- 
don, and English scenery, photographs of his study, many illustra- 
tions to his works, etc., etc. 



[193 Continued^ 

— Is She His Wife? or, Something Singular. A 

Comic Burletta in one Act. By Charles Dickens. 32mo. 
Boston: James R. Osgood and Company. 1877. 
With the original cloth covers preserved. 

Written and possibly first printed in 1837, although no copy 
bearing that date is known to exist. 

Mr. Nightingale's Diaey: A Farce in One 



Act. By Charles Dickens. 32mo. Boston: James B. Os- 
good and Company. 1877. 

With the original clotli covers preserved. 

Of the first edition of 18.51, only one copy, that in the South 
Kensington Museum, is known to exist. 

The Lamplighter: A Farce. By Charles 



Dickens. (1838.) Now first printed from a manuscript 
in the Forster Collection at the South Kensington jNIuseum. 
16mo. London. 1879. 

No. 57 of 250 copies printed. With the original wrappers 
preserved. 

- — The Mudfog Papers, etc. By Charles Dickens, 



author of "The Pickwick Papers," etc. Now First Col- 
lected. 16mo. London. 1880. 

With the original covers preserved. 

The Letters of Charles Dickens. Edited by 



His Sister-in-law, and His Eldest Daughter. 8vo. Lon- 
don: Chapman and Hall, 193, Piccadilly. 1880-1882. 

Three Volumes. 

Extka-Illustkated, by the insertion of 75 portraits, 12 of 
which are India proof impressions, 3 being proofs before letters ; 
and 40 illustrations ; including portraits of Dickens, his contem- 
poraries, literary and social celebrities, pictures of places visited by 
Dickens, illustrations to his works, etc., etc. Also, the covers of 
"Sketches by Boz" and "Our Mutual Friend," inserted. 



[193 Continued} 

The Plays and Poems of Chaules Dickens. 

With a Few INIiscellanies in Prose. Now First Collected. 
Edited, Prefaced, and Annotated by Richard Ilerne Shep- 
herd. 8vo. Loudon: W. II. Allen ^ Co. 1882. 

Two Volumes. 

With the ori<>iiial covers preserved. 

This collection contained copyright matter, and was almost 
immediately suppressed. Very few copies, especially of tlie F.arge- 
pajier edition, Mere sohl. A new edition, in 1885, omitted the copy- 
right play, "No Tliorouglifare." 

FiXTRA-Ii.T.TiSTRATEn, by tlic insertion of 9 portraits of Dickens, 
both India proofs before letters. 

The Childhood and Youth or Charles Dick- 



ens. [Portrait Vignette.] With Retrospective Notes, and 
Elucidations, from his Books and Letters. By Robert 
Langton, F. R. Hist. Soc. Square 8vo. Manchester: 
Published by the Author at Albert Chambers. 1883. 

With the original covers preserved, and numerous illustrations. 
No. 97 of the Subscribers' Edition on Large-paper. 

Charles Dickens by Pen and Pencil: and A 



Sup])lement to Charles Dickens by Pen and Pencil. By 
Frederic G. Kitton. [Vignette.] Folio. Loudon: Frank 
T. Sabin. 1890. 

Two Volumes. 

With the original wrappers to the 15 parts, as issued, preserved. 
This volume contains 31 engraved portraits, many being proof 

impressions, 30 illustrations, and 78 portraits, facsimiles and other 

ilkistrations in the text. 

A Collection of Newspaper Clippings relat- 



ing to the Death of Charles Dickens. Comprising extracts 
from 84 papers, 12 Portraits and Views, and a Catalogue 
of the Collection of Pictures belonging to Charles Dickens, 
sold at auction, July 9, 1870. The whole neatly mounted 
and inlaid on 92 leaves, and bound in one volume. 4to. 



[193 Continued~\ 

A Typewritten List of the contents of this 

set of Dickens is included. 8vo. 

Together, 92 volumes. London, Manchester, and Bos- 
ton. V. d., V. s. 

The great value of this set Hes in the unique character of the 
documents, letters, manuscripts, and the numerous original drawings 
for the illustrations. The solving of the mystery regarding the 
publication of "A Curious Dance Round a Curious Tree," is of the 
utmost value. This work was attributed to Mr. W. H. Wills by 
such an authority in Dickensiana as Charles Plumptre Johnson, but 
now the manuscript in Dickens's handwriting in this collection 
proves to the satisfaction of all that Dickens was the author. 

Other MSS and letters, together with the profuse collection of 
original drawings and the numerous extra plates, make this unique 
set as complete a collection of first editions as has ever been gathered 
together in America. 

Full green crushed levant morocco, gilt top, uncut, with the 
original covers, wrappi^-s, advertisements, etc. preserved, by 
Riviere. 

194 DICKENS, Charles. 

Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi. Edited by "Boz." With 
Illustrations by George Cruikshank. A New Edition, with 
Notes and Additions, revised by Charles Whitehead. 12mo. 
London: Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street. 1846. 

Two Volumes. 

Unique Copy. Extra-Illustrated, and extended to 2 vol- 
umes, the whole inlaid in folio size, by the insertion of over 125 
rare plates. Included are the following: 

Five original drawings by F. W. Pailthorpe. 

Original pencil drawing by Woodward. "Angling at Sadler's 
Wells." 

Also : with colored "proof before letter" impressions of all the 
above plates ; an extremely rare portrait of "Grimaldi" presented 
to one in the audience at Grimaldi's benefit and last appearance; 
an Autograph Letter Signed of Sir Astley Cooper; colored prints 
by George Cruikshank, H. Brown, Pugin, Rowlandson, De Wilde, 
and Heath, picturing "Sadler's Wells," "Grimaldi," "Grimaldi's 
Tandem," "Grim Joey," "Mr. Kean," "Gaby Grin," "Leap Frog," 



[194 Continucdl 

"Mr. Melbouni," titles to "Dashing," and "Laughable Song Book," 
"The Comic Duett," etc., etc., m >stly in color; a portrait of George 
Cruikshank, by Pailthorpe, with a duplicate impression, proof be- 
fore letters ; numerous newspaper notices and announcements of 
performances at Sadler's Wells, 1736 ; folios of contemporary music 
sung at Sadler's Wells ; old play bills, numerous prints and en- 
gravings of Sadler's Wells, etc. ; also portraits of Dibdin, Grimaldi, 
Sheridan, Mr. Hai'ley, Mr. Cooke, Miss Wilkinson, Miss Farren, 
Mr. Dow ton, Geo. Bartley, Faucett, Kemble, Reeve, Coates, Ban- 
nister, Knight, Catalini, Mrs. Siddons, Mr. Taylor, Miss Mellon, 
Mrs. Liston, Miss Paton, Mrs. Yates, etc., etc., by Reynolds, Wage- 
man, Owen, Prout, and others. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, gilt edges , by Riviere. 

195 DOBSON, Austin. 

A Collected Set or the Works, in First Editions, of 
Henry Austin Dobson. Including Original MSS., Auto- 
graph Letters, Presentation Copies, etc., as follows: 

The Authentic History or Captain Cas- 



tagnette: nejjhew of the "Man with the Wooden Head." 
From the French of Manuel. Illustrated with 43 Pictures 
by Gustave Dore. 4to. London: S. O. Beeton, 248, Strand, 
W. C. [1866.] 

With the original picture covers presen'ed, also an extra-il- 
lustrated title. 

The Ciyil Service History of England: being 



a Fact-Book of English History. Arranged Especially for 
Examination Candidates, Public Schools, and Students 
Generally. By F. A. White, B.A. Revised throughout 
and Enlarged by H. A. Dobson. With 4 Maps and a 
General Index. 12mo. London: Lockwood (^ Co. 1870. 
With the original cloth covers preserved. 

Vignettes in Rhyme and Vers de Societe. 



(Xow First Collected.) By Austin Dobson. 12mo. 
Henry S. King &, Co., London. 1873. 



[195 Continued^ 

The Civil Service Handbook of English 

Literature : for the Use of Candidates for Examinations, 
Public Schools, and Students Generally. By H. A. Dob- 
son. 12mo. London. IST^. 

With the original red cloth covers preserved. 

Proverbs in Porcelain and Other Verses. 



By Austin Dobson. 8vo. London. 1877. 

With the author's portrait. 

Latter-Day Lyrics : beinof Poems of Sentiment 



and Keflection. By Living Writers. Selected and Ar- 
ranged, with Notes, by W. Davenport Adams. With a 
Xote on some Foreign Forms of Verse, by Austin Dobson. 
8vo. Londo7i. 1878. 

With the original green cloth covers preserved. 

Hogarth. By Austin Dobson. 12mo. Lon- 



don. 1879. 

Illustrated. With the original blue cloth covers presem'ed. 

Vignettes in Rhyme and Other Verses. By 



Austin Dobson. 12mo. New York. 1880. 

With the original blue cloth covers pi'eserved. Also an auto- 
graph poem, one stanza, entitled "Persicos Odi," dated "June 
14, 1882," inserted. 

Fables. By Mr. John Gay. With a IVIemoir by 



Austin Dobson. 16mo. London. 1882. 

"Parchment Library," with portrait, etched b}' Willis, and 
with the original vellum covers preserved. 

■ — • Eighteenth Century Essays. Selected and 



Annotated by Austin Dobson. 16mo. London. 1882. 

"Parchment Library," with a frontispiece by R. C[aldecott]. 

— ■ Old-World Idylls and Other Verses. By 



Austin Dobson. 16mo. London. 1883. 



[195 Continued] 

The Vicar or Wakefield. By Oliver Gold- 

sinitli. With a Preface and Notes l)y iVustiii Dol)S()n. 
IGnio. London. 1883. 

Fielding. By Austin Dobson. 12mo. London. 



1883. 

With tlie original wliite clotli covers preserved. 

The Life and Strange Surprising Adven- 
tures OF Robinson Crusoe of York, Mariner, as Re- 
lated by Himself. By Daniel De Foe. Being a Facsimile 
Reprint of the First Edition j^ublished in 1719. With an 
Introduction by Austin Dobson, 12mo. 1883. 

With the original brown cloth covers preserved. 

Beaumarchais' Le Barbier de Seville. Ed- 



ited, with Introduction and Notes, by Austin Dobson. 
12mo. Oxford. 1884. 

With the original gra}^ cloth covers preserved. 

Thomas Bewick and His Pupils. By Austin 



Dobson. With 95 Illustrations. Small 4to. London. 
1884. 

With the original green cloth covers preserved. 

At the Sign of the Lyre. By Austin Dob- 



son. 12mo. New York. 1885. 

With the original red cloth covers preserved. 

At the Sign of the Lyre. By Austin Dobson. 



8vo. London. 1885. 

Large-paper Copy, Xo. 36 of 75 printed, signed by the 
author. 

Steele. Selections from the Tatler, Spectator, 



and Guardian. Edited with Introduction and Notes by 
Austin Dobson. 12mo. O.rford. 1885. 

With the original vellum paper covers preserved. 



[195 Continued^ 

Steele, Richard. By Austin Dobson. 8vo. 

London. 1886. 

With the original gray cloth covers preserved. 

Goldsmith. Selected Poems. Edited, with In- 



troduction and Notes, by Austin Dobson. 12mo. Oxford. 
1887. 

With the original vellum paper covers preserved. 

Life of Oliver Goldsmith. By Austin Dob- 



son. 8vo. London. 1888. 

With the original blue cloth covers preserved. 

Pope Commemoration. 1888. Loan Museum. 



Catalogue of the Books, Autographs, Paintings, Drawings, 
Engravings, and Personal Relics, exhibited in the Town 
Hall, Twickenham, July 31st to August 6th. Small 4to. 
1888. Portrait, after Jervas. Richmoiid. 1888. 

With original paper wrappers preserved. 

One of 100 Large-paper copies. A Presentation Copy from 
Austin Dobson, with autograph inscription, the admission card, an 
A. L. S., and the Original Manuscript, 6 pages, of "^ Dialogue to 
the Memory of Mr. Alexander Pope," inserted, which was Dobson's 
contribution to the volume and its first appearance. 

Selected Poems of Matthew Prior. With an 



Introduction and Notes by Austin Dobson. 8vo. London. 
1889. 

Large-paper copy. No. 11 of 50 copies. With a portrait. 
A Presentation Copy from Austin Dobson, with autograph in- 
scription, and an A. L. S. to Mr. Foote dated ''Nov. 23, 1889"; 
also, the original manuscript of Dobson's sketch of Prior in 
Ward's "English Poets," with annotations by Locker, inserted. 

At the Sign of the Lyre. By Austin Dobson. 



16mo. London. 1889. 

A Presentation Copy, with autograph inscription. With 
the original green cloth covers preserved. 



[195 Continued] 

TirLE ViCAii OF Wakettf.i.d. Bv Oliver Gold- 
smith. With a Preface hy Austin Dohson, and Illustra- 
tions by Hugh Thomson. Large 8vo. London. 1890. 

Large-Pai'kk Corv, \\\\h .-uitoffraph signatures of Dobsoii 
and Hugh Thomson, dated ''Dec. 2, 1890," and with tlio original 
red cloth covens preserved. 

PFouACE Wali'ole: A Memoir. With an Ap 



pendix of Books Printed at the Strawberry Plill Press. 
By Austin Dobson. With Illustrations by Percy and Leon 
Moran. 8vo. New York. 1890. 

No. 123 of 42.5 copies on Dickinson paper, and with the 
original blue and white cloth covers ])reserved. 

William Hogarth. Bv Austin Dobson. Il- 



lustrated. Square 8vo. London. 1891. 

Large-paper Copy. No. 49 of 150 copies, the plates being 
on Japanese paper, and with the original cloth covers preserved. 

A Book of Drawings. By A. Bryan, L. Davis, 



A. T. Elwes, Harry Furniss, J. Jellicoe, Louise Jopling, 
J. B. Partridge, Jo. Pennell, R. H. Moore, H. Railton, 
Hugh Thomson, L. Wain, C. Wilkinson, & W. Wilson. 
With Prefatory Poem by Austin Dobson. Small 4to. 
London: Privately printed for Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Davies. 
[1891.] 

With the original covers preserved. 

The Ballad of Beau Brocade and Other 



Poems of the XVIIIth Century. By Austin Dobson. 
With 50 Illustrations by Hugh Thomson. 8vo. London . 
1892. 

No. 2 of 450 copies on liAur.E-PAPEK, the plates being on 
Japan paper, and with tlic original white cloth covers presented. 

The Dance of Death. By Hans Holbein. 



With an Introductory Note by Austin Dobson. 8vo. Lon- 
don. 1892. 



[195 Continued^ 

No. 40 of 100 copies on Japan paper, with the original 
paper covers preserved. 

The Journal of a Voyage to Lisbon. By 



Henry Fielding. With Introduction and Xotes by Austin 
Dobson. 8vo. London. 1892. 

No. 1 of 25 copies on Japan paper, a presextation copy, 
with an Autogi*aph Poem, one stanza, by Dobson, on fly leaf, and 
an A. L. S. to Mr. Foote, dated "May XXIII, '92," inserted. 
With a portrait. 

Selected Poems. By Austin Dobson. 16mo. 



JLelp'^^ig; London. 1892. 

A Presentation Copy, with autograph inscription by Dob- 
son on front cover, an A. L. S. to Mi*. Foote, dated "3, ii, '92," 
inserted, and with the original brown paper covers preserved. 

Eighteenth Century Vignettes. Bv Austin 



Dobson. Large 8vo. London. 1892. 

No. 1 of 250 Large-paper copies, with the original blue and 
white cloth covers preserved. 

Proverbs in Porcelain. Bv Austin Dobson. 



To which is Added "Au Revoir, \ Dramatic Vignette." 
Illustrated. 8vo. London. 1893. 

With the original decorative green cloth covers preserved. 

- — — — Proverbs in Porcelain, etc. Another copy. 



8vo. London. 1893. 

No. 3 of 225 copies on Large-paper, with plates on Japan 
paper, and witli the original white cloth covers preserved. 

Horace Walpole: A Memoir. With an Ap- 



pendix of Books Printed at the Strawberry Hill Press. 
By Austin Dobson. 8vo. London. 1893. 

With extra title. No. 26 of 50 Large-paper copies. Pres- 
entation Copy from Dobson, with autograph inscription, an 8- 
line verse, dated ''May xx, '93," and an A. L. S. 1 page, dated 
"May v'l. '93," inserted. With the original covers preserved. 



[19.) Continued^ 

The Little Passion oe Albert Dukeu. With 

an Introduction by Austin Dobson, Illustrated. 8vo. 
London. 1894. 

No. 11 of 75 copies on Japan paper, witli Hio orioinal paf)er 
rovers })reservc(l. 

— — - — C()Kn)()N's Song, and Ottter Verses, from Vari- 
ous Soiu'ces. With Illustrations l)y Hugh Thomson, and 
an Introduction by Austin Dobson. Large 8vo. London'. 
1894. 

One of 152 copies on Large-paper, with tlie original red cloth 
covers preserved. 

Eighteenth Century Vignettes. Second 

Series. By Austin Dobson. 12mo. New York. 1894. 

With a portrait, and the original red and wliite cloth covers 
preserved. 

— Eighteenth Century Vignettes. Second 



Series. Another copy. Large 8vo. London. 1894. 

No. 11 of 200 copies on Large-paper, a Presentation Copy, 
with autograph inscription by Austin Dobson, an A. L. S. from 
Mr. Dobson to Mr. Foote, dated "10. X. 94," and with the 
original green and white cloth covers preserved. 

The Memoirs of a Protestant Condemned 

to the Galleys of France for His Religion. Written 
by himself. Translated by Oliver Goldsmith. With an 
Introduction by Austin Dobson. 12mo. London. 1895. 

Two Volumes. 

With tlie original gi'ay cloth covers preserved. 

Poems on Several Occasions. By Austin 

Dobson. Xew Edition, Revised and Enlarged. With 
Illustrations. 8vo. Nctc York. 1895. 

Two Volumes. 

No. 1 of 50 copies on Japan paper, witli a portrait by W. 
Strang, with proofs of each plate and one of the 7 original 
drawings by Ad. Lalauze, in addition to the two states of each 



[195 Cofitinued^ 

plate which wore issued with eacli of the Japan paper copies, and 
with A. L. S. of Dobson, Brander Matthews, Lalauze (2) and an 
autograpli poem by Austin Dobson, entitled "To one Who Bids 
Me Sing," inserted. 

Pride and Prejudice. By Jane Austen. Il- 
lustrated by Charles E. Brock. With an Introduction by 
Austin Dobson. 8vo. London. 1895. 

With the original red cloth covers preserved. 

The Story or Rosina and Other Verses. By 

Austin Dobson. Illustrated by Hugh Thomson. Large 
8vo. London. 1895. 

No. 3 of 250 copies printed on Large-paper, with illustrations 
on Japan paper, an A. L. S. of Mr. Dobson to Mr. Footc, dated 
"Dec. VII, '95" inserted, and with the original white cloth covers 
preserved. 

■ — The Story or Rosina. Advance trade dummy, 

with presentation inscription, in Dobson's autograph, on 
fly leaf. 12mo. 

With the original green cloth covers preserved. 

Rowfant Rhymes. By Frederick Locker. 

With an Introduction by Austin Dobson. 16mo. Cleve- 
land: The Rowfant Cluh. 1895. 

No. 110 of 127 copies on Japan paper, with the original vel- 
lum covers preserved. 

A Postscript to Dr. Goldsmith's Retalia- 
tion^ Being an Epitaph on Samuel Johnson, LL.D. 
Small 4to. [London:'] Printed in June. 1896. 

One of 52 copies printed, with autograph signature of Austin 
Dobson, an A. L. S. of Mr. Dobson to Mr. Foote, dated "1 xii, '96" 
insei'ted, and with the original paper covers preserved. This poem 
was first read at a dinner of the "Johnson Society," June, 1896. 

— Eighteenth Century Vignettes. Third 

Series. By Austin Dobson. 12mo. London. 1896. 

A Presentation Copy, with an autograph inscription by Dob- 
son, and with the original blue cloth covers preserved. 



[195 Continued] 

A Bali-ad of the Queen^s Majesty, June 22, 

1807. [Hy Austin Dobson.] 12ino. 

Printed for private circulation only. Being 2 pages, and 
signed by Austin Dobson. 

— — — Collected Poems. By Austin D()})S()n. With 



a Portrait. 12nio. London. 1897. 

Witli the onginal red cloth covers preserved, and a photo- 
gravure portrait of the author. 

• A Handbook of English Literature. Orig- 



inally compiled by Austin l^obson. New Edition, Re- 
vised. 12mo. New York. 1897. 

With the original blue cloth covers preserved. 

Verses Read at the Dinner of the Omar 



Khayya:\i Cllh}, on Thursday, 2.>th JMarch, 1897. By 
Austin Dobson. 8vo. London: Printed at the Chiswick 
Press. 1897. 

Privately printed for Ednnind Gosse to be presented to the 
members of the Omar Khayyam Club. No. 9-i of 100 copies print- 
ed, a presentation copy, with slip "To His Friend. C. B. Foote, 
With the President's Kind Regards," inserted, and with the original 
paper covers preserved. 

^Miscellanies. By Austin Dobsoti. 16mo, New 



York. 1898. 

With an A. L. S. of Mr. Dobson to Mr. Foote, dated "7, 1, 
'99," inserted, and with the original green cloth covers preserved. 

■ A Departmental Ditty. (To T. PI. W. P.) 



By Austin Dobson. Idem Latine Redditum. By F. T. 
Griffith. 12mo. [Londoir.] {Printed for private circu- 
lation only.) 

With the autograph signature of Dobson, and an xV. L. S. 
of Edmund Gosse, inserted. 



[195 Continued~\ 

A Paladin of Philanthropy, and Other 

Papers. By Austin Dobson. Frontispiece. 12mo. Lon- 
don. 1899. 

A Presentatiox Copy, with an autograph inscription b}- Dob- 
son, and with the original red cloth covers presen'ed. 

A Whitehall Eclogue. [By Austin Dob- 



son.] (4 pages.) 50 copies printed at the Chiswick Press. 
Small 4to. [1899.] 

Katherine Clive, David Garrick, and Mar- 



garet WoFFiNGTON. Proof Sheets from Matthews' and 
Hutton's "Actors and Actresses," with some manuscript. 
With the following inscription in Brander Matthews' Au- 
tograph, signed by him and also by Laurence Hutton, on 
the fly leaf: "The following pages contain a full set of the 
first proofs of all Mr. Austin Dobson' s contributions to 
Actors and Actresses." 8vo. 

Four Sketches, the printer's proof sheets, with 



alterations by Dobson, and with the preliminary leaves, 
title, half-title, dedication, prefatory note, contents, etc., 
in his autograph, being apparently the original manuscript 
of "Four French Women/' as printed in the United 
States. Small 4to. 

Autograph INIanuscript of "Molly Trefu- 



sis^' (3 pages), dated "June 5, 1878," and signed by Dob- 
son. Small 4to. 

— Honor Not Honors. By Mrs. Austin Dob- 



son. Illustrated. 12mo. London, n. d. 

With the original red cloth covers preserved. 

Carmina Votiva; and other Occasional Verses. 

By Austin Dobson. "Enter a Song, singing," — Old Play. 
12mo. London: Printed for Private Circulation. 1901. 

No. 43 of 125 copies printed for England and America, signed 
"Austin Dobson." 



[195 Continued^ 

With tlie f^riiy paper wrap|)frs wliich bear the title pre- 
served. 

Side - Walk Studies. By Austin Doljson. 



12mo. London. 1902. 
With 4 illustrations. 

Fanny Burney. (Madame D'Arblay.) Eng- 
lish ]Men of Letters. By Austin Dobson. 12nio. Loii- 
don. 1903. 

Together, 67 volumes. London and New York. v. p., 

i\ d., V. s. 

Full blue crushed levant morocco, gold-tooled back and in- 
side edges, gilt top, uncut, with the original covers preserved, by 
Macdonald. 

196 DONXE, John. 

Letters to Several Persons of Honour. Written by 
John Donne, Sometime Dean of St. Pauls, London. Pub- 
lished by John Donne, Dr. of the Civill Law. 12mo. 
London: Printed by J. Flesher for Richard Marriot, and 
are to he sold at his shop in St. Diinstans Church-yard 
under the Dyall. 1651. 

First Edition, with a rare frontispiece portrait of John 
Donne, engraved by Lombart. 

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center-pieces inlaid in red levant, in an antique pattern, with grace- 
ful Aldine traceries, gilt edges, b}' Riviere. 

197 DOXXE, John. 

Poems of John Donne. Edited by E. K. Chambers. 
With an Introduction hv George Saintsbury. 16mo. 
London. 1896. 

Two Volumes. 

Full blue crushed levant morocco, with daisy and leaf, and 
pointille tooling in gold on the backs, gilt edges, b}^ the Doves 
Bindei-y. 



198 DORAN, Dr. John. 

"Their Majesties Servants." Annals of the English 
Stage, from Thomas Eetterton to Edmund Kean. By 
Dr. Doran. Edited and Revised by Robert W. Lowe. 
With 50 Copperplate Portraits and 80 Wood Engrav- 
ings. 8vo. London. 1888. 

Six Vohimes. 

No. 101 of 300 copies on Laugk-papeii, with the 50 portraits 
in duplicate, one on Japanese, and the other India proofs on plate 
paper. 

Extra-Illusthated, and extended to 6 volumes, by the 
addition of 350 rare and beautiful plates, including: the Droes- 
hout engraved portrait of Shakespeare from the second folio ; 
Goldar's "Ben Jonson" after a painting by J. Oliver; Scriven's 
"Nell Gwynn" ; Bartolozzi's "Cowper" in two states ; Anker Smith's 
"Samuel Johnson"; Carden's "Madame Catalani," in color; an 
engraved Bartolozzi title to Shield's "Rosina" ; Cruikshank's col- 
ored engravings of Mr. Kean ; Rowlandson's colored caricature 
"Tragedy in London" : the print "Spirit of Shakespeare appear- 
ing to his detractors, designed and engraved b_y William Hogarth, 
and found b^' somebody in an old chest" ; also rare engravings 
and prints, including portraits of Pope, W^'cherle}', Shirley, Con- 
greve, Garrick, John Home, Tate, Wilkinson, Mrs. Yates, Mrs. 
Pritchard, ]\lrs. Siddons, ]\Irs. Robinson, Thomas Otway, Foote, 
Kemble, Kean, etc. ; pictures of Drury-Lane, Adelphi, Astley's 
Amphitheatre, Sadlei*'s Wells, etc. ; also, an admittance box-check 
written and signed by Robert W. EUiston ; besides numerous rare 
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actors, scenes from plays, playwriters, and rare play-bills. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, with filleted lines on the 
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199 DOYLE, Richard. 

The Foreign Tour of Messrs. Brown, Jones and 
Robinson. Being the History of what they Saw, and Did, 
in Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy. By Ricli- 
ard Doyle. 4to. London. 1855. 

With an engraved picture title. 



[199 Continued] 

YuW <;ri'oii crusliL'd levunt morocco, with hoi'dcrs of filleted 
lines, n-old-tooled inside edges, <^ilt ed<);es, by Ziieliiisdorf. 

•200 DRAMA. 

A Coij-ECTED Set oe the Dramatic Works or Rob- 
ert Greene, Ctiristopher INTarlowe, George Peeee. 
AND John "NVehstek. Edited by The Rev. Alexander 
Dyce, and known as the "Dyce Dramatists," as follows: 

Greene, Rohert. The Dramatic Works oe 



Robert Greene; To whieh are Added his Poems. With 
Some Account of the Author, and Notes. By the Rev. 
Alexander Dyce, B.A. London: William Pickering. 
1831. 

Two Volumes. 

Maelowe, Christopher. The Works of 



Christopher Marlowe. London: Williafn Pickering. 
1826. 

Three Volumes. 

— Peele, George. The Works of George 



Peeee: Collected and Edited, with Some Account of His 
Life and Writings, by the Rev. Alexander Dyce, B.A. 
Second Edition, w^ith Additions in two volumes. London: 
William Pickering. 1829-1839. 

Three Volumes. 

Webster. .Tohn. The Works of John Web- 



ster: Now First Collected, with Some Account of the Au- 
thor, and Notes, by the Rev. Alexander Dyce, B.A. Lon- 
don: Williavi Pickering. 1830. 

Four Volumes. 
Together, 12 volumes. 8vo. London, v. d. 

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201 DRAYTON, Michael. 

NiMPHIDIA AND THE MuSES ElIZIUM. [Colophon.] 

Here ends this edition of Xymphidia & the INIuses Ehzium, 
by Michael Drayton, Esquire. Edited from the earliest 
editions by John Gray. Decorated with woodcut frontis- 
piece, and border done by Charles Ricketts. 8vo. Lon- 
don. 1896. 

"Vale Press" publication. 

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202 [DRYDEN, John.] 

The Hind and the Panther. A Poem, In Three 
Parts. [Quotation. Virgil.] Small 4to. London: 
Printed for Jacob Tonson, at the Judges Head in Chancery 
Lane near Fleetstreet, 1687. 

The First Editiox. This cop}- is in splendid condition and 
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missing. 

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203 DUMAS, Alexandre. 

Celebrated Crimes. By Alexandre Dumas. Translated 
by I. G. Burnham. Illustrated with Photogravures after 
Original Drawings by De Los Rios, Prudhomme, Wag- 
rez, etc. Square 8vo. Philadelphia. [1895.] 

Eight Volumes. 

No. 286 of 500 copies on Japanese paper with a duplicate set 
of plates on Whatman paper, inserted. 

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204 DUPLESSIS, Georges. 

IIisToiKK i)E T,A Gkayi'RE. Kti Italic, en Espagne, en 
Alleniagne, dans Ics Pays-JJas, en Angleterre, et en France. 
Suivic d'indications pour former une collection d'estampes. 
Par (ieorf^es Duplessis. Contenant 73 reproductions de 
Gravin-es Anciennes, executees ])our la plupart par le 
procede de jVI. Aniand Durand. 4to. Paris. 1880. 

Excinplaire No. 8 de 20 exoinplaires nuinerotes, sur papier de 
Chine. 

Extra-Illustrated, by the insertion of over 100 beautiful 
plates, including' very rare engravings by jMoreau, Le Mire, 
Antonio, and Veinticn ; also rare examples of engravings by Fla- 
meng, Schmidt, Chodowiecki, Everdingen, Hollar, Kilian, de 
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205 DURER, Albrecht. 

The History of the Life of Albrecht Durer of 
Niirnberg. With a Translation of his Letters and Jour- 
nal, and Some Account of his Works. By Mrs. Charles 
Heaton. With 32 autotype, lithographic, and woodcut 
illustrations. 8vo. London. 1870. 

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sertion of 75 reproductions of the principal works of Albrecht 
Diirer, most of them being large folding plates. 

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206 DURUY, Victor. 

History of Greece and of the Greek People. From 
the Earliest Times to the Roman Conquest. By Victor 
Duruy. Translated and Edited by M. M. Ripley. With 



[206 Continued] 

an Introduction by J. P, Mahaffy. Containing over Two 
Thousand Engravings, including numerous Maps, Plans, 
and Colored Plates. Large 8vo. London. 1898. 

Eight Volumes. 
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Morrell. 

->07 DURUY, Victor. 

History of Rome and the Roman People, from its 
Origin to the Establishment of the Christian Empire, by 
Victor Duruy. Edited by the Rev. J. P. Mahaffy, Pro- 
fessor of Ancient History, Trinity College, Dublin. Illus- 
trated with about 2.500 engravings, 100 colored maps, and 
numerous chromo-lithographs. Large 8vo. London. 1883- 
1886. 

Twelve Volumes. 
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208 DU SOMJMERARD, Alexandre. 

Les Arts au Moyen Age, en ce qui concerne princi- 

PALEMENT LE PaLAIS RoMAIN DE PaRIS, L^HoTEL DE 

Clltny, issu de ses mines et les Ob jets d'Art de la Collec- 
tion classee dans cet Hotel. Par A^^^ j^ Sommerard: 
Paris: aVHotel dc Cltin//. 1836-1846, 11 volumes imperial 
folio, bound in 6, of plates; and 5 volumes royal 8vo of 
text — together, 16 vols, bound in 11. 

An unusualh' choice copj'. The folio volumes contain 511 
large and finely executed plates, most of which are beautifully il- 
luminated in gold, silver and colors after the originals. 

A great many of the plates have been colored by hand. 

This is luuloubtedh' one of the most interesting as well as 
splendid works of art ever published in any country at a period 
when it was possible to find subscribers large-minded enough to 
enable tlieir production. It is a perfect Encyclopedia of the Arts 
of the ^liddle Age, taken from existing authorities, and exhibits 
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actually existing). Sculpture, Paintings, Furniture, Stained Glass, 



[208 Continued] 

Anns and Armor, Illuiiiinatcd Manuscripts, Missals, etc., Enamels, 
I'apcstrv, Costunu's, Gold and Silver Work, and articles of vertu. 

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209 EGAX, PiEKCE. 

A Collected Set of the Sporting Works of Piekce 
Egan, in First Editions, with Autograph Letters, etc., as 
follows: 

EiFE IN London; or, The Day and Night 

Scenes of Jerry Hawthorn, Esq., and his elegant friend 
Corinthian Tom, accompanied by Bob Logic, the Oxonian, 
in their Rambles and Sprees through the Metropolis. Em- 
bellished with 36 Scenes from real life. Designed and 
Etched by I. 11. and G. Cruikshank, and enriched also with 
numerous original Designs on Wood, by the same Artists. 
Large 8vo. Loudon: Printed for Sherwood, Neely, and 
Jones, Paternoster Row. 1821. 

This book took London by storm and provoked innumerable 
imitations. Inserted is a series of A. L. S. [10] of Geoi-ge and 
Mrs. Cruikshank in reference to his ct^chings and pecuniary 
troubles ; also an A. L. S. of Crawfoi'd J. Pocock to Cruikshank ; 
an A. L. S. of Pierce Egan ; and a clieck indorsed by Cruikshank. 

Real Life in London; or, The Rambles and 

Adventures of Bob Tallyho, Esq., and his cousin The Hon. 
Tom Dashall, through the Metropolis; exhibiting a Liv- 
ing Picture of Fashionable Characters, Manners, and 
Amusements in High and Low Life. By An Amateur. 
Embellished and Illustrated with a Series of Colored 
Prints, designed and engraved by INIessrs. Aiken, Dighton, 
Brooke, Rowlandson, etc. 8vo. London: Printed for 
Jones &, Co., Oxford Arms Passage, Warxdck Lane. 1821- 
1822. 

Two Volumes. 
With A. I>. S. from Pierce Egan to Mrs. R. Barnett, and 
another to the editor of "The Town" [Leigh Hunt] inserted. 
Bound from the original 14 parts as issued, with engraved extra 



[209 Continued^ 

titles, 19 colored plates in Vol. I, and 13 colored plates in Vol. II. 
It is very doubtful whether this work, which is clearly an imitation 
of the "Life in London," was written by Egan, but it is attributed 
to him. 

Pierce Egan's Finish to the Adventures of 



Tom, Jerry, and Logic, in their pursuits through Life in 
and out of London. Ilhistrated by the Pencil of Mr, Rob- 
ert Cruikshank, in 36 Scenes from Real Life, and enriched 
with several Designs on Wood by the same Artist. 8vo. 
London'. Printed by C. Baynes, For G. Virtue, 26, Ivy 
Lane, Paternoster Row. 1830. 

This is a sequel to "Life in London." Bound from the original 
wrappers, with etched extra titles. 

Together, 4 volumes. A Unique Set. London, v. p., 

V. d. 

To this day Pierce Egan has not been equalled in his racy 
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town. His reputation became established with the publication of 
"Boxiana" in 1812, and all his books are extremely scarce. 

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210 EGAN, Pierce. 

Pierce Egan^s Anecdotes (Original and Selected) 
OF THE Turf, the Chase, the Ring, and the Stage; the 
whole forming a Complete Panorama of the Sporting 
World. Embellished with thirteen colored plates, designed 
from Nature, and etched by Theodore Lane. Bvo. Lon- 
don: Printed for Knight S^ Lacey, Paternoster-row, and 
Pierce Egan, 113, Strand. 1827. 

First Edition. A very tall copy, in splendid condition. With 
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scenes, colored by hand, and all in fine condition, and with many 
smaller wood-engravings in the text. 

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gilt on the rough, by Lloyd. 



211 EGAN, Pierce. 

Real Iafb in London; or, The Kanil)les and Adven- 
tures of Bob Tallyho, Ksq., and his cousin, The Hon. Tom. 
Dashall, through the Aletropolis; Kxliihiting a living Pic- 
ture of Fashionable Characters, Manners, and Amuse- 
ments in High and Low Life. By an Amateiu*. [Pierce 
Egan.] Eml)ellished and llhistrated with a Series of Col- 
ored Prints, Designed and Engraved by Messrs. Heath, 
Aiken, Dighton, Rowlandson, etc. 8vo. Ijondow. Printed 
for J one ft and Co., Warwick Square, Newgate Street. 
1827. 

Two Volumes. 
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lustrations in color. 

Half dark green crushed levant morocco, gilt top, uncut, by 
Alio. 

212 ELIOT, George. 

A Complete Collected Set of the Works of George 
Eliot in the First English Editions, as follows: 



The Life of Jesus, Critically Examined by Dr. 

David Friedrich Strauss. Translated from the Fourth 
German Edition. 8vo. London. 1846. 

Three Volumes. 

The Essence of Christianity. By Ludwig 



Feuerbach. Translated from the Second German Edition, 
by Marian Evans, translator of "Strauss's Life of Jesus." 
8vo. London. 1854. 

The only book published by Miss Evans under her own name. 

Scenes of Clerical Life. By George Eliot. 



12mo. Edinburgh and London. 1858. 

Two Volumes. 



[212 Continued] 

Adam Bede. By George Eliot, author of 

"Scenes of Clerical Life." 12mo. Edinburgh and Lon- 
don. 1859. 

Three Volumes. 

The INIiLL on the Feoss. By George Eliot, au- 



thor of "Scenes of Clerical Life" and "Adam Bede." 
12mo. Edinburgh and London. 1860. 

SiEAs JNIarnek: The Weaver of Raveloe. Bv 



George Eliot, author of "Adam Bede," etc. 12mo. Edin- 
burgh and London. 18G1, 

RoMOLA. By George Eliot, author of "Adam 



Bede," etc. 12mo. London. 1863. 

Three Volumes. 

Felix Hoet, the Radicae. By George Eliot, 



author of "Adam Bede," etc. 12mo. Edinburgh and Lon- 
don. 1866. 

Three Volumes. 

The Spanish Gypsy. A Poem. By George 



Eliot. 8vo. Edinburgh and London. 1868. 

Middlemaech, a Study of Provincial Life. 

By George Ehot. 12mo. Edinburgh and London. 1861- 
1862. 

Four Volumes. 



The Legend of .Tubal, and Other Poems. By 

George Eliot. 16mo. Edinburgh and London. 1864. 

— Daniel Dekonda. By George Eliot. 12mo. 

Edinburgh and London. 1866. 

Four Volumes. 



Impressions of Theophrastus Such. By 

George Eliot. 8vo. Edinburgh and London. 1879. 



[212 Continued] 

Essays and Leaves from a Note-Book. By 

George Eliot. 8vo. Edinburgh and London. 1884. 

George Eliot's Life as Related in Her Let- 



ters AND Journals. Arranged and Edited by her hus- 
band, J. W. Cross. 8vo. Edinburgh and London. 1885. 

Three Volumes. 

With etc'lR'd and engraved portraits, and wood-engraved illus- 
trations. 

George Eliot. English Men of Letters. By 



Leslie Stephen. 12mo. London. 1902. 

Together, 35 volumes, v. p., v. d., v. s. 

Full blue crushed levant morocco, with filleted lines around 
edges of covers, decorated inside edges, gilt top, uncut, by Zaehns- 
dorf. 

213 ENGLEHEART, George. 

George Engleheart, 1750-1829. JNliniature Painter 
to George III. By George C. Williamson, Litt.D., and 
Henry L. D. Engleheart, M.A. 4to. London. 1902. 

Edition limited to 112 copies, of which 100 only are for sale. 
This copy is No. 44. With numerous illustrations, mostly collo- 
type, from photographs taken especially for this volume. 

Full dark green crushed levant morocco, with five beautiful 
miniatures (reproductions of famous miniatures by Engleheart) 
inset in the front cover, and five similar miniatures inset in the back 
cover, the intervening space filled with gold-tooled roses and leaf- 
sprays, gilt top, uncut, by Riviere. 

214 ENGLISH LYRICS from Spenser to Milton. 

Illustrations by Robert Anning Bell, and Introduc- 
tion by John Dennis. 8vo. London. 1898. 

Full brown crushed levant morocco, covered with gold-tooled 
conventionalized flowers, decorated inside edges, doublure and flies 
of light-brown silk, gilt edges, b}' Zaehnsdorf. 

215 ESQUEMELING, John. 

Bucaniers of America : or, a true Account of the Moft 
Remarkable Affaults Committed of late years upon the 



[215 Continued] 

Coafts of the Weft-Indies. By the Bucaniers of Jamaica 
and Tortuga Both Enghsh and French. Wherein are con- 
tained more efpecially, The unparallel'd Exploits of Sir 
Henry Morgan, our Enghfh Jamaican Hero, who fack'd 
Puerto Velo, hurnt Panama, Etc. Written originally in 
Dutch, by Jolin Efquemeling, one of the Bucaniers, who 
was prefent at thofe Tragedies; and thence tranflated into 
Spanifh, by Alonfo de Bonne-maifon, Doctor of Phyfick, 
and Practitioner at Amfterdam. Now faithfully rendred 
into Englifh. London: Printed for William Crooke, at 
the Green Dragon witli-out Temple-har. 1684<. 

Bucaniers of America. The Second Volume. 



Containing The Dangerous Voyage and Bold Attempts of 
Captain Bartholomew Sharp, and others; performed upon 
the Coafts of the South Sea, for the fpace of two years, etc. 
From the Original Journal of the faid Vo^^age. Written 
By JNIr. Basil Ringrose, Gent. Who was all along ])refent 
at thofe Transactions. London: Printed for WilUani 
Crooke, at the Sign of the Green Dragon tcithout Temple- 
bar. 168.5. 

Together, 2 volumes bound in one. 4to. 

The First Edition, very rare. In excellent condition. 

Inserted is an original water-color drawing by G. H. 
Boughton, illustrating^ a passage on page 29, Pai't II: "Pirates 
came on sliore to rob, and those carried away the Images, the Pic- 
tures, the Bells of the great church, on board the Fleet." 

Full dark brown crushed levant morocco, with blind and gold- 
tooling, gilt edges, by Zaehnsdorf. 

216 EVANGILES. 

Les Evangiles des Dimanches et Fetes de L'Annee. 
Suivis de Prieres a la Sainte Vierge et aux Saints. Texte 
revu par ]M. I'Abbe Delaunay. Designe par Monseigneur 
I'Archeveque de Paris. Volume I:^ — ^Sumptuously illus- 
trated, and decorated with colored borders, plates, initials 



[21G Continued] i 

and titles, njjroductions in color of ^ISS., missals, etc.; 
with co})ies of numerous illustrations of biblical scenes in 
color. Vol. II: — With platinotype reproduction of paint- 
in<4s, ent^raved title-pages, reproductions of ancient wood- 
cuts, includino- Holbein's Dance of Death; borders, and 
decorative pieces. 4<to. Paris. [18()4..] 

Two Volumes. 

Full (lark brown crushed levant morocco, blind-tooled, inside 
edges tooled with filleted lines, doublure and flies of dark red 
watered-silk, gilt edges, by Roussolle. 

217 EX-I.IIUUS SERIES. 

Edited by Gleeson White. A Complete Collected Set 
of the Edition-de-luxe on Japanese vellum, as follows: 

French Book-Plates: A Handbook for Ex- 

Libris Collectors. By Walter Hamilton, Hon. Treas. of 
the Ex-Eibris Society. 8vo. London. 1892. 

No. 1,5 of 36 copies. With a frontispiece and some of the 
plates in color. 

English Book-Plates: An Illustrated Hand- 
book for Students of Ex-Libris. By Egerton Castle. 
8vo. London. 1892. 

Xo. 43 of 65 copies. With a frontispiece and some of the 
plates in cohu'. 

The Dance of Death, by Hans Holbein. 

With an introductory note by Austin Dobson. 8vo. Lon- 
don. 1892. 

No. 36 of 100 copies on Japanese vellum. 

Printers' INIarks: A Chapter in the History of 

Typography. By W. Roberts. 8vo. Loudon. 1893. 

Xo. 59 of 75 copies. With a frontispiece in color. 

American Book-Plates: A Guide to their 

Study. By Charles Dexter Allen. With a Bibliography 
b)' E. X. Hewins. 8vo. London. 1895. 

Xo. 3 of 78 copies. With a frontispiece in color. 



[217 Contmued] 

Ladies^ Book-Plates: An Illustrated Hand- 
book for Collectors and Book-lovers. By Noma Labou- 
chere. 8vo. London. 1895. 

No. 35 of 75 copies. With a frontispiece and some of the 
plates in color. 

Bookbindings^ Old and Xeav: Notes of a 

Book-lover. With an Account of the Grolier Club of New 
York. By Brander Matthews. Illustrated. 8vo. New 
York. 1895. 

No. 58 of 75 copies. 

Alphabets: A Handbook of Lettering with 

Plistorical, Critical, and Practical Descriptions. By Ed- 
ward F. Strange. 8vo. London. 1895. 

No. 39 of 75 copies. With a frontispiece in color. 

■ Modern Illustration. By Joseph Pennell. 

8vo. London. 1895. 
No. 47 of 125 copies. 

Of the Decorative Illustration of Books: 

Old and New. By Walter Crane. 8vo. London. 1896. 

No. 37 of 130 copies. With a frontispiece and some of the 
plates in color. 

— French Book-Plates. By Walter Hamilton. 

8vo. London. 1896. 

No. 12 of 35 copies. With a frontispiece and some of the 
plates in color. 

Decorative Heraldry : A Practical Handbook 

of its Artistic Treatment. By G. W. Eve. 8vo. Lon- 
don. 1897. 

No. 25 of 130 copies. Witli a frontispiece and some of the 
plates in color. 

The Bayeux Tapzstry: A History and De- 
scription. By Frank Rede Fowke. 8vo. London. 1898. 

No. 6. With a frontispiece in color. 



[217 Continued^ 

German Book-Plates: An Illustrated Hand- 
book of German and Austrian Ex-Libris. By Karl 
Eniicli Count '/u Ijeiningen-Westerburg. Translated by 
G. llavenscroft Dennis. 8vo, London. 1901. 

No. 66 of 75 copies. With a frontispiece and some of the 
plates in color. 

Together, 14 volumes. London: George Bell &, Sons. 

V. d., V. s. 

All liiiilted and numbered copies on Japanese paper, sumptu- 
ously illustrated, with hundreds of text illustrations, and many 
colored plates. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, gilt top, uncut, by Macdonald. 

218 FABLES. 

The Fables of iEsor. With a Life of the Author; and 
Embellished with 112 Plates. [Vignette.] London. 4th 
June, 1793. 

Two Volumes. 

Fables : By John Gay. With a Life of the Au- 



thor; and Embellished with 70 Plates. [Vignette.] Lon- 
don. 1793. 

Two Volumes. 
Together, 4 volumes. 4to. London'. Printed for John 
Stockdale, Piccadilly. 1793. 

Stockdale's Fine Editions, with 182 beautiful engravings by 
Blake, Stothard, Wilson, Audinet, Skelton, Landseer, Bromley, 
Smith, Chapman, and others. 

Full calf, edges gilt on the rough, by Zaehnsdorf. 

219 FENELOX, M. de. 

Les Avextures de Telemaque^ Fils d'Ulj^sse. Par M. 
de Fenelon. Avec Figures en Taille-Douce, dessinees par 
MJNI. Cochin et ]Moreau le Jeune. Deux Tomes. 8vo. 
A Paris, de Ulmprimerie de Monsieur. 1790. 

Two Volumes. 



[219 Continued] 

This beautiful set contains a frontispiece and 6 plates, 3 by 
Moreau. The plates by Cocliin had already been used in the edition 
of 1781. 

Extra-Illustrated, by the insertion of a set of 2-i illustrative 
enf]{ravings by Marillier, and an engraved portrait of Fenelon by 
Vivien. 

Full brown crushed levant morocco, with filleted borders, doub- 
lure of blue levant, with a gold-tooled border, light brown watered- 
silk flies, gilt edges, by Rousselle. 

220 FERGUSSON, James. 

A Collected Set of the Architectural Works of 
James Fergusson, as follows: 

History of the JNIoderx Styles of Architec- 



ture. By James Fergusson. Third Edition, Revised. 
By Robert Kerr, Architect. With illustrations. London. 
1891. 

Two Volumes. 

History of Indian and Eastern Architec- 



ture. By James Fergusson. Forming the third volume of 
the new edition of the "History of Architecture." London. 
1891. 

Illustrated witli maps, plans, and numerous woodcuts. 

A History of Architecture in All Coun- 



tries: From the Earliest Times to the Present Day. By 
James Fergusson. Third Edition. Edited b3^ R. Phene 
Spiers, F.S.A. London. 1893. 

Two Volumes. 

Together, o volumes. Profusely illustrated with maps, 
plans, woodcuts, and text illustrations. 8vo. London: 
John 3Iurrai/, Albemarle Street, v. d. 

Full maroon straight-grained morocco, gold-tooled inside 
edges, gilt top, uncut. 



221 FIELD, MicH.vEL. 

Fair Kosamuxd. By Michael Field. [C()l()])hoii.] 
Here ends Fair Kosamuiul, by jNIichael Field. The deco- 
rations are designed and cut on the wood by Charles Rick- 
etts. 8vo. London. 1897. 

"\';ile PiX'ss" puhlicatioii. One of ^10 copit's })ri!it:ccl. 

■ The World at Auction. [Coloi)hon.] Here 

ends the World at Auction, A Play, by jNlichael Field. 
The decorations are desi<^ned and cut on the wood by 
Charles Ricketts. 8vo. London. 1898. 

"Vale Press" publication. One of 210 copies printed. 

— The Race of Leaves. [Colophon.] Here ends 

The Race of Leaves, A Play, by JNIichael Field. The 
decorations are designed and cut on the wood by Charles 
Ricketts. 8vo. London. 1901. 

"Vale Press" publication. One of 210 copies printed. 

Together, 8 volumes. 8vo. London and New York, 
V. d. 

Full cruslied levant morocco (tlie first two in red, tlie last in 
green), decorated with filleted and mitred lines, which enclose a 
design of poppies, tooled in gold, the flowers in the last volume 
being inlaid in red crushed levant morocco, edges gilt on the rough, 
by Miss Prideaux. 

222 FITZGERALD, Sybil. 

Xaples. Painted by Augustine Fitzgerald. Described 
by Sybil Fitzgerald. Square 8vo. London. [1904.] 

Editiox-de-luxk, limited to 250 copies, of which this is Xo. 
66. Signed by the artist, and with 80 full-page illustrations re- 
produced in colors. 

Full green crushed levant morocco, with a wide border of in- 
terlacing bands inlaid in pui*ple levant, and with small ornaments 
inlaid in pink, brown, and red levant, and with a picture in the 
central panel of Vesuvius and the Bay of Xaples inlaid in brown, 
green, blue, red, and light brown levant, doublure of red crushed 
levant with a wide border of interlacing bands of inlaid purple levant 
and conventional ornaments inlaid in green and brown levant and 
gold-tooled, flies of red crushed levant, gilt top, uncut, by Morrell. 



223 FLETCHER, W. Y. 

English Bookbindings in the British Museum. Il- 
lustrations of 63 Examples, Selected on Account of their 
Beauty or Historical Interest, with Introduction and De- 
scriptions by William Younger Fletcher. London. 1895. 

Foreign Bookbindings in the British Mu- 



seum. Illustrations of 63 Examples, Selected on Account 
of their Beauty or Historical Interest, with Introduction 
and Descriptions by William Younger Fletcher. London. 
1896. 

Together, 2 volumes. Folio, The plates printed in fac- 
simile by W. Griggs. 

The edition consisted of only 500 copies. 

Full dark green crushed levant morocco, with borders of filleted 
lines, tooled in gold, doublure and flies of green silk, gilt top, un- 
cut, by Zaehnsdorf. 

224 FLORY, M. A. 

A Book about Fans. The History of Fans and Fan 
Painting. By M. A. Flory. With a Chapter on Fan- 
Collecting by Mary Cadwalader Jones. 29 Illustrations. 
8vo. New York. 1895. 

Extra-Illustrated, by the insertion of 2-i folding and other 
plates of fans, and portraits, many on India paper and some in 
color. 

Full blue crushed levant morocco, with ornamental fans in 
green, yellow, blue, and red levant, inlaid at each angle of the fil- 
leted borders, gold-tooled inside edges, gilt top, uncut, by Canape. 

225 [FORD, Emanuel.] 

The JNIost Famous, Delectable, and Pleasant His- 
tory OF Parismus, the Most Renowned Prince of Bo- 
hemia. The First Part. Containing his most noble 
Atchievements, and triumphant Battles Fought against 
the Persians. . . . His Love to the beautiful Princess 
Laurana, the King's daughter of Thessaly; the Great 



[225 Continued~\ 

Dangers he passed in the island of Rocks; and of his 
Strange Adventures in the Desolate Island, etc., etc. Lon- 
don. 1C71. — The Second Part. Containing the Adventur- 
ous Travels, and Nohle Chivalry of Parismenos, the Knight 
of Fame, with his love to the beautiful and fair Princess 
Angelica, the Lady of the Golden Tower, etc., etc. Small 
4to. London. 1672. 

Two Volumes bound in One. 

With four woodcuts and two titles, and a frontispiece repre- 
senting Parismus and Laurana. 

Black Letter. This is a splendid copy of a rare book. The 
volume is a beautiful prose romance of chivahy. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, with a border of three-line 
fillets, edges gilt on the rough, by Bedford. 

226 [FORD, Emanuel.] 

The Famous History of Montelion, Knight of the 
Oracle, Son to the true Mirrour of Princes, The Most Re- 
nowned Persicles, King of Assyria: shewing His Strange 
Birth, Unfortunate Love, Perilous Adventures in Arms; 
and how he came to the knowledge of his Royal Parents. 
Interlaced with Variety of Pleasant and Delitful Discourse. 
Small 4to. London: Printed by W. O. for E. Tracy, at 
the Three Bibles, on London-bridge, and C. Bates ^ at the 
Sun and Bible in Pye-corner. n. d. 

With a woodcut frontispiece and a border around title. An 
excellent copy in fine condition. 

Full red cinished levant morocco, with double three-line border 
on sides, edges gilt on the rough, by Bedford. 

227 FOSTER, J. J. 

Miniature Painters, British and Foreign. With 
some Account of Those who Practised in America in the 
Eighteenth Century. By J. J. Foster, author of "British 
JNIiniature Painters and their Works." Illustrated by 



[227 Continued] 

Numerous Examples selected from Celebrated Collections. 
4to. London: Dickinsons. 1903. 

Two Volumes. 

Edition-de-luxk. No. 117 of an edition limited to 175 copies. 
With the frontispieces colored by hand, and with the plates on 
Japan paper. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, with an oval miniature set 
in the center of the front cover of each volume and surrounded by 
eight slightly smaller oval miniatures, and with the enclosing levant 
gold-tooled with ivy-leaves, doublure and flies of dark green watered- 
silk, gilt top, uncut, by Riviere. 

The miniatures on the cover of Volume I are reproductions of 
the following subjects taken from pictures in the book: — The 
Countess of Aldeburgh, Mrs. Fitzhcrbert, Miss Sutherland, "A 
Lady" (by Plimer), Madame Cail (as a Bacchante), "A Lady" 
(by Mansion), "A Girl with Garland," "A Young Lady" (by 
Hall), and Mrs. Damer. 

The following subjects are pictured in the miniatures on the 
cover of the second volume: — "A Lady" (by Isabey), Lady Man- 
ners, "A Lady" (by Mansion), Mrs. Johnstone, "A Lady" (by 
Collins), "A Lady" (by Fiiger), Mrs. Montague, Lady Carlisle, 
and "A Young Lady" (by Hall). 

228 FOURNEL, Victor. 

Les Artistes Fraxc^ais Coxte]mporaixs. Peintres, 
Sculpteurs. Illustre de 10 Eaux-fortes et de 176 gravures 
dans le texte. 8vo. Tours. 1884. 

Extra-It.lustkated, by the insertion of 50 etchings and 
portraits, illustrative of the works of French painters, including 
some after paintings by Scheff'er, Ingres, Vernet, Diaz, Gleyre, 
Delacroix, Troyon, Dclaix)che, Couture, Rousseau, Regnault, 
Gavarni, Decamps, etc. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, gilt top, uncut, by Rousselle. 

229 FRANKAU, Julia. 

Eighteenth Century Colour Prints: an Essay on 
certain Stipple Engravers and their Work in Colour. Com- 
piled, arranged and written, by Julia Frankau. Illustrated 
with Fifty-two Characteristic Pictures printed in Mono- 
chrome, and one in Colours. Folio. London. 1900. 



[229 Continued] 

FuTY India Paper Proofs of Plates to Illus- 
trate Eighteenth Century Colour Prints: An Essay 
on certain Stij)ple En<»'ravers and their Work in Colour. 
Compiled, arraii<>'ed, and written, by Julia I'raidvau. Folio. 
Loudon. 1900. 

Together, 2 volumes. 

This edition is liinittd to sixty copies, with each of wliich is 
issued a portfolio c'ontaiiiin<^ fifty proof impressions of tlic })lates 
printed in colors on India paper. 

Full dark blue crushed levant morocco, with an elaborate 
design containing- roses, lilies, hearts, with scrolls and traceries, 
gold-tooled inside borders, doublure and flies of lavender watered- 
silk, gilt top, uncut, by Morrell. 

230 FKANKAU, Julia. 

An Eighteenth Century Artist and Engraver, 
John Raphael Smith, His Life and Works. By Julia 
Frankau, author of "Eighteenth Century Colour Prints." 
With thirty photogravures. 8vo. London. 1902. 

An Eighteenth Century Artist and En- 



graver. John Raphael Smith. His Life and Works. 
Compiled, Arranged, and Written by Julia Frankau. A 
Portfolio containing Fifty Examples of Stipple, JNIezzo- 
tints, Paintings, and Drawings. Printed in Colours and 
^Monochrome. Folio. London. 1902. 

Together, 2 volumes; one of text, and one of plates by 
J. R. Smith reproduced in photogravure, and in colored 
facsimile. 

Full red cruslied k'\ant morocco, with the most elaboi'ate and 
beautiful inlaid decoration, the designs for front and back covers 
and for both doublurcs being different ; the front cover with a 
central ])an(l contauiing conventionalized flowers inlaid in brown 
morocco, with leaves in green, and elaborate gold-tooling, with a 
broad border of oak leaves and acorns inlaid in green and brown 
levant on a dotted ground; the back cover with a central panel 
containing bunches of grapes inlaid in purple morocco and with 
grape-leaves in gi'een, with a broad outside border containing con- 



[230 Continued] 

ventionalized iris inlaid in white morocco, with gold-tooled sprays 
on a dotted ground ; the doublure of light brown crushed levant, 
with a flowing design of lilies inlaid in white morocco, with curving 
leaves inlaid in green morocco, the back doublui^e being a similar 
design inlaid in the same colored leathers, flies of dark green 
watered-silk, gilt top, uncut, by Morrell. 

231 FRANKAU, Julia. 

Eighteenth Century Artists and Engravers. Wil- 
liam Ward^ A.R.A.^ James Ward^ R.A. Their Lives 
and Works. By Julia Frankau, author of "Eighteenth 
Century Colour-Prints." With thirty photogravures. 
8vo. London. 1904. 

— • Eighteenth Century Artists and Engrav- 
ers. William Ward^ A.R.A,, James Ward^ R.A. 
Their Lives and Works. By Julia Frankau. A Portfolio 
containing Forty Engravings in Mezzotint and Stipple; 
Printed in JNIonochrome and Colours. Folio. London. 
1904. 

Together, two volumes; one of text and one of plates, 
by James and William Ward, reproduced in mezzotint and 
stipple, and j^rinted in monochrome and colors. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, with an elaborate conven- 
tional design of interlacing arabesques inlaid in green, blue, purple, 
and orange levant on the covers, doublure of olive green levant with 
a decoration of curving bands of inlaid red levant, with a center 
panel of inlaid blue levant, flics of green crushed levant, gilt top, 
uncut, by ^lorrcll. 

232 FRANKLIN, Benjamin. 

Life and Times of Ben.iamin Franklin. Bj^ James 
Parton. 4to. New York. 1865. 

Four Volumes. 
One of 100 copies on Large-paper, printed for E. French, 
126 Nassau Street. 

Extra-Illustrated, and extended to 4 volumes, by the in- 
sertion of over 150 prints, many of them rare, being views and 
portraits of all the revolutionary celebrities, French and English 



[282 Continued] 

statesmen and court personacres, etc., who were connected with 
Franklin's life; engraved after West, Sauvage, Vanderburgh, 
Chappel, Copley, Reynolds, Longacre, Lawrence, Peale, Stuart, 
Trumbull, and others; by Varin, Hal{)iii, Ilcath, Robinson, Possel- 
white, Finden, Baudrain, Woodman, I loll, Rahn, Scriven, St. Aubin, 
Julien, Picart, Edwin, Worthingtoii, Colin, Gcoffroy, Bollinger, 
etc. etc. Also a series of portraits of Franklin, engraved by Hall, 
Levy, Ferdinand, Weber, Gross, Dekcnino, Bcrtonnicr, Bisi, 
Bonneville, and Longacre. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, decorated back and borders 
on sides, inside edges tooled in gold, gilt top, uncut, by Ritter. 

233 FROISSART, Sir John. 

Chronicles of England, France, Spain, and the 
Adjoining Countries, from the latter part of the reign 
of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. By Sir 
John Froissart. Translated from the French Editions, 
with \^ariations and Additions from many celebrated ]MSS., 
by Thomas Johnes, Esq. With 116 woodcuts, and 72 col- 
ored ])lates, being Illuminations from the Froissart jNIS. in 
the Bibliotheque Royale, Paris, the British JNIuseum, and 
other sources, also a colored extra title. 4to. London. 
1839. 

Two Volumes. 

Full green crushed levant morocco, decorated on corners and 
backs with clusters of roses, leaves, and morning-glories inlaid with 
red and white leathers, doublure and flies of vellum, gilt edges. 

234 FULLEYLOVE, John 

The Holy Land. Painted by John Fulleylove, R.I. 
Described by John Kelman, M.A. Square 8vo. London. 
1902. 

Lakge-paper Copy. No. 244 of 500 copies, and signed by the 
publishers. With 92 colored illustrations. 

Full dark blue crushed levant morocco, with an elaborate de- 
sign on the covers of curving rose-sprays, with roses tooled in gold, 
and a large cluster of lilies inlaid in white morocco on a dotted 
background, doublure of red crushed levant, with a border of fil- 
leted lines, flies of red watered-silk, gilt top, uncut, by Morrell. 



23.5 FUR, FEATHER, and FIX SERIES. 

Edited by Alfred E. T. Watson. A Collected Set, 
as follows: 

Red Deer, The. Xatural History, by the Rev. 



H. A. Macpherson. — Deer Stai,king, by Cameron of 
Lochiel. — Stag-Hunting, by Viscount Ebrington. — 
Cookery, by Alexander Innes Shand. Illustrations. Lon- 
don. 1896. 

Grouse, The. Natural History, by the Rev. 



H. A. JNIacpherson. — Shooting, by A. J. Stuart- Wortley. 
— Cookery, by George Saintsbury. With Illustrations. 
London. 1894. 

Hare, The. Xatural History, by the Rev. 



H. A. ]Macpherson. — Shooting, by the Hon. Gerald 
Lascelles. — Coursing, by Charles Richardson. — Hunting, 
by J. S. Gibbons and G. H. Longman. — Cookery, by 
Col. Kenney Herbert. Illustrations. London. 189G. 

Partridge, The, Natural History, by the Rev. 



H. A. INIacpherson. — Shooting, by A. J. Stuart- Wortley. 
— Cookery, by George Saintsbury. With Illustrations. 
London. 1893. 

Pheasant, The. Natural History, ])y the Rev. 



H. A. INIacpherson. — Shooting, by A. J. Stuart-AVortley. 
— ^Cookery, by Alexander Innes Shand. With Illustra- 
tions. Ijondon. 1895. 

Rabbit, The. By James Edmund Ilarting. 



With a Chapter on Cookery, by Alexander Innes Shand. 
Illustrations. London. 1898. 

Salmon, The. By the Hon. A. E. Gathorne- 



Hardy. With Cha])ters on The Law of Salmon-Fishing, 
by Claud Douglas Pennant. Cookery, by xVlexander 
Innes Shand. Illustrated. London. 1898. 



[235 Continued^ 

Tkout, The. By the Marquess of Granby. 

With Chaj)ters on Buekding, by Colonel F. IT. Custance; 
CooKEKV, by Alexander Innes Shand. Illustrated. Lon- 
don. 1898. 

Together, 8 volumes, splendidly illustrated. 8vo. Lon- 
don: Loiif/iiKin.s, (irccn and Co. v. d. 

Large-pater Copy. No. 143 of 157 sets printed on Large- 
paper. 

Full red straight-grained morocco, decorated with filleted lines, 
gilt top, uncut. 

236 GAINSBOROUGH, Thomas. 

Gainsborough: and His Place in English Art. By 
Walter Armstrong, Director of the National Gallery, Ire- 
land. With 62 photogravures and 10 lithographic fac- 
similes in color. Folio. London. 1898. 

First Edition. Edition-de-luxe, with a duplicate set of tlie 
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237 GAINSBOROUGH, Thomas. 

Gainsborough: and His Place in English Art, Etc. 
Another copy. Folio. London. 1899. 

Two Volumes. 

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Hogarth, and others: 3 lithographs by ^lauraissc and Hesse; 
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Audran, Houbraken, Vertue, Rajon, and Masse; after Leon, Riche- 
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man. Sir Joshua Reynolds, and Murillo. 

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238 GALERIE du Palais-Royal. 

Gravee d^apees Tableaux des differentes Ecoles qui la 
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description Mstorique de chaqiie tableau par M. L'Abbe 
de Fontenai. Dediee a S. A. S. Monseigneur Le Due 
D'Orleans, Premier Prince du Sang, Par J. Couche, 
Graveur de son Cabinet. Folio. A Paris : Chez J. Couche, 
Graveur. 1786-1808. 

Three Volumes. 

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239 GARDINER, Samuel Rawson. 

A Collected Set of the Writings of Sa:muel Raw- 
son Gardiner, in the First English Editions, as follows: 

History of England from the Accession of 



James I. to the Disgrace of Chief- Justice Coke, 1603- 
1616. London. 1863. 

Two A^olumes. 

Prince Charles and the Spanish jSIarriage, 



1617-1623. A Chapter of English History, Founded 
Principally upon Unpublished Documents in this Coun- 
try, and in the Archives of Simancas, Venice, and Brus- 
sels. London. 1869. 

Two Volumes. 



[239 Continued] 

A History of England undeu the Duke of 

Buckingham and Charles I, 1624-1028. London. 187.5. 

Two Volumes. 

Witli two maps. 

The Peksonai- GoyERN:\iENT of Ciiari,es I. A 



History of England from tlie Assassination of the Duke of 
Buckingham to the Declaration of the Judges on Ship- 
money. 1 028-1637. London. 1877. 

Two Volumes. 

The Fall of the Monarchy of Charles I. 



1637-1049. London. 1882. 

Two Volumes. 

With a folding map. 

— History of the Great Civii- War. 1042-1049. 



London. 1880, 1889, 1891. 

Three Volumes. 

History of the Commonwealth and Pro- 



tectorate. 1049-1000. London. 1894, 1897, 1901. 

Three Volumes. 
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toj). uncut. 

240 GAUTIER, Theophile. 

Emaux et Camees. Par Theophile Gautier. Seconde 
Edition Augmentee. 12mo. Paris. 18.58. 

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Beraldi. 

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241 GAUTIER, Theophile. 

Emaux et Camees. Par Theophile Gautier. Cent 
douze Dessms de Gustave Fraipont. Preface par Maxima 
du Camp. 12mo. Paris: Conquet. 1887. 

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-242 GAY, John. 

Fables. By Mr. Gay. [Vignette.] London: Printed 
for J. Tonson and J. Watts. 1777. 

■ — Fables. By the Late Mr. Gay. Volume the 

Second. [Vignette portrait.] London: Printed for J. and 
P. Knapton, in Ludgate-Street; and F. Cox, under the 
Royal-Exchange. 1788. 

Together, 2 volumes. 4to. London. 

First Edition. Large-paper, one of only 25 copies printed, 
containing in Volume I tlie 51 illustrations by J. Wotton, William 
Kent, and H. Gravelot, engraved b}^ Scotin and Van Gucht ; and 
in Volume II, a frontispiece, and a vignette on title, by Gravelot, 
and 1() designs by the same artist, engraved by Scotin. 

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243 GERARD, Frances A. 

So.^rE Celebrated Irish Beal^ties of the Last Century. 
By Frances Gerard. With numerous Portraits and Il- 
lustrations. London. 1895. 

Some Fair Hibernians: being A Supplement- 
ary Volume to "Some Celebrated Irish Beauties of the 
Last Century." By Frances A. Gerard. London. 1897- 

Together, 4 volumes. 8vo. London. 1895-1897. 

Extra-Illustrated, and extended from 2 to 4 volumes, by 
the insertion of 151 plates, many being proof impressions. These 



[243 Continued] 

include rare poitraits of I'co- Woffington, lietitia Huslie, (iarrick, 
O'Connell, Ann Granville, Mrs. Piozzi, INIaria Gunning, John Camp- 
bell, Lady Hamilton, ^loore, BoswcU, Quin, Lady Blessington, Mr. 
Charles Mathews, Cibher, Mrs. Delanj, Burke, Cumberland, etc., 
etc. ; cngTaved by Picart, HoU, Ridley, Harding, Heath, Mackenzie, 
Collyer, Ryall, Sharp, Scriveii, Cooper, Freeman, etc., etc.; after 
paintings by Richardson, Stewardson, Reynolds, Gainsborough, 
Zoffany, David, and otiiers. Also, many portraits of famous Irisli 
Actors and Actresses; including Dighton's drawings in color of 
Kcmble as "Charles Surface," and Farren as "Sir Peter Teazle"; 
also portraits of tlic blisses Kelly, Farren, O'Xeil, i\Irs. Jordan, 
Delany, Siddons, Hunter, and others. Also many views by Owen 
and others, beautiful and interesting prints, etc. With extra title- 
pages added. 

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2U GERINl, The. 

The Germ : Thoughts towards Nature m Poetry, Liter- 
ature and Art. 8vo. London: Aylott &, Jones. [iVo^S' 3-4. 
Dickinson c^ Co.] 18.50. 

First Editiox. Four numbers bound in one volume, with etched 
frontispieces by William Holman Hunt, James Collinson, Ford 
Madox Brown, and W. H. Deverell, and contributions by W. M. 
Rossetti, 1). G. Rossetti, Ford !Madox Brown. Christina Rossetti 
and others. 

This publication was issuid l)y the Pre-Raphaelite Brother- 
hood, a company of seven, formed in September, 18-t8, and consist- 
ing of five painters — William H. Hunt, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 
John E. [Millais, James Collinson, and Frederick G. Stephens; one 
sculptor — Thomas Woolner; and William M. Rossetti. The maga- 
zine received its main support from the three Rossettis, Christina 
Rossetti being a frequent contributor. In the four numbers, out 
of 51 contributions, 23 are by the Rossettis, of which the greater 
number are poems. 

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245 GEROME, Jean Leon. 

The Life and Works of Jean Leon Gerome. By 
Fanny Field Hering. From Autobiographical Xotes and 
Letters by the Artist himself, with an Introduction by Au- 
gustus St. Gaudens. Including a Portrait of Gerome, 19 
full-page Photogravures, and 25 full-page Photo-process 
Reproductions of his Paintings and Sculptures, together 
with 50 Pencil-Drawings, made especially for this book by 
Gerome, and executed by Boussod, Yaladon & Co. Folio. 
New York. [1892.] 

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tlie masterpieces of Gerome. 

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uncut, by Ritter. 

246 GILBERT, William Schwenk. 

The "Bab" Ballads. Much Sound and Little Sense. 
London: John Camden Hotten, Pieeadilli/. 1869. — JNIore 
"Bab" Ballads. By W. S. Gilbert. With Illustrations by 
the Author. London: George Rouiledge and Sons. n. d. 

Together, 2 volumes. Square 12mo. 

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trations. 

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tooled on sides and backs, gilt edges, with the original covers 
preserved, by Zaehnsdorf. 

247 GOETHE, Johann Wolfgang von. 

Goethe's Faust. From the German ])y John Anster, 
LL.D. With an Introduction by Burdett Mason. Il- 
lustrated by Frank M. Gregory. 8vo. London. [1894.] 
ExTRA-li.i.usTRATED, by the insertion of 2 A. L. S. of the 
translator, a portrait of Goethe, and the covers and advertisement 



[247 Continued] 

for "Kctzscir.s Outliiios to Goethe's Faust. Loudon, 1827." Also, 
40 plates, 26 bv Ret/sch, the rcrnaiuiug plates being photogravures, 
after A. Kreling. 

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gilt top, uncut, by Kelly. 

248 GOLDSMITH, Oliver. 

A Collected Set, in First Editions, or the Works 
OF Oliver Goldsmith, as follows: 

The Mystery Reveai,ed; Contuiiiing a Series 

of Transactions and Authentic Testimonials, Resj)ecting 
the Supposed Cock Lane Ghost; which have hitherto been 
concealed from the Public. [Quotation.] Dryden. [Vign- 
ette.] 12mo. London: Printed for W. Bristow, in St. 
Paul's Church-yard; and C. Ethrington, York. 1742. 

This pamj)hlet. Goldsmith's first literary undertaking, brought 

him three guineas. 

The Memoirs of a Protestant, Condemned 



TO the Galleys of France For His Religion, Written 
by Himself. Comprehending an Account of the various 
Distresses he suffered in Slavery; and his constancy in sup- 
porting almost every Cruelty that bigotted zeal could inflict 
or Human Nature sustain; also a Description of the Gal- 
leys and the Service in which they are employed. Trans- 
lated from the Original, just ])ublished at the Hague. By 
James "Willington. 16mo. London: Printed for R. Grif- 
fiths, at tJie Dunciad, in Paternoster-row. 1758. 

Two Volumes. 

An Enquiry into the Present State of Po- 



lite Learning in Europe. [Vignette.] IGmo. London: 
Printed for P. and J. Dodslei/, in PaU-MaJt. 1 759. 

The Bee. Being Essays on the most interest- 



ing Subjects. [Latin Quotation.] 12mo. Printed for J. 
Wilkie, at the Bible, in St. Paul's Church-yard. 1759. 



[248 Continued^ 

The Art of Poetry ox a Xew Plan: Il- 
lustrated with a great Variety of Examples from the best 
English Poets; and of Translations from the Ancients. 
16mo. London: Printed for J. Newhery, at the Bible and 
Sun in St. PauVs Church-ijard. 1761-1762. 

Two Volumes. 

Witli an engraved frontispiece by Walker. 

The Citizen of the World ; or. Letters from a 



Chinese Philosopher, Residing in London, to his Friends in 
the East. 16mo. London: Printed for the Author; and 
Sold by J. Newbery and W. Bristotv, in St. Paul's Church- 
yard. 1762. 

Two Volumes. 

The Life of Richard Xash, of Bath, Esq.; 



Extracted principally from His Original Papers. [Quota- 
tion.] Horace. [Vignette.] 8vo. London: Printed for 
J. Newbery, in St. Paul's Church-yard; and W. Frederick, 
at Bath. 1762. 

With a frontispiece portrait of Nash, engraved by Walker, 
after Hoare. 

An History of England, in a Series of Letters 



from a Xobleman to his Son. [Quotation.] Horace. 
16mo. London: Printed for J. Newbery, at the Bible and 
Sun, in St. Paul's Church-yard. 1764. 

Two Volumes. 

Essays. By Mr. Goldsmith. Collecta revires- 



cunt. [Vignette, by Isaac Taylor.] 16mo. London: 
Printed for W. Griffin, in Fetter Lane. 1765. 

The Beauties of English Poesy. Selected 



by Oliver Goldsmith. 16mo. London: Printed for Wil- 
liam Griffin, in Catherine Street, in the Strand. 1767. 

Two Volumes. 



[24-8 Contifiued'] 

The Good Xatuk'u Max : A Comedy. As Per- 
formed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. By JNIr. 
Goldsmith. 8vo. Lundon: Printed for W. Griffin, in 
Catherine-Street, Strand. 1768. 

The Roman History; from the Foundation of 

the City of Rome, to the Destruction of the Western Em- 
pire. By Dr. Goldsmith. 8vo. lundon: Printed for S. 
Baker and G. Leigh. 17(>0. 

Two Volumes. 

- — The Desekted Village, A Poem. By Dr. 

Goldsmith. [Vignette, hy Isaac Taylor. 'The sad his- 
torian of the pensive plain.'] 4to. London: Printed for 
W. Griffin, at Garriek's Head, in Catherine-street, Strand. 
1770. 

This is a late issue of the first edition. 



The Life of Henry St. John, Lord Viscount 

BoLiNGBROKE. [Vignette.] 8vo. London: Printed for 
T. Davies, in Russel-Street, Covent-Garden. 1770. 

The Life of Thomas Parnell, D.D., Arch- 



deacon of Glogher. Compiled from Original Papers and 
ISIemoirs: in which are included Several Letters of INIr. 
Pope, ]Mr. Gay, Dr. Arbuthnot, etc., etc. By Dr. Gold- 
smith. 8vo. London: Printed for T. Davies, in Bussel- 
Street, Covent-Garden. 1770. 

— The Pupil of Nature: A True History. 

Found amongst the Papers of Father Quesnel. Translated 
from the original French of Mons. de Voltaire. 16mo. 
London: Printed for T. Carnan, at No. 6.5. in St. Paul's 
Church-yard. 1771. 

The History of England, from the Earliest 

times to the Death of George 11. By Dr. Goldsmith. 8vo. 
London: Printed for T. Davies, in Russel-Street. 1771. 

Four Volumes. 



[248 Continued] 

— Dr. Goldsmith's Roman History. Abridged 

by Himself for the Use of Schools. [Vignette.] 16mo. 
London: Printed for S. Baker and G. Leigh, in York- 
Street. 1772. 

She Stoops to Conquer: or, The Mistakes 



OF A Night. A Comedy. As it is Acted at the Theatre- 
Royal in Covent-Garden. Written by Doctor Goldsmith. 
8vo. London: Printed for F. Newhery, in St. Paul's 
Church-yard. 1773. 

— Retaliation : A Poem. By Doctor Goldsmith. 



Including Epitaphs on the Most Distinguished Wits of this 
Metroj)olis. [Vignette portrait of Goldsmith.] 4to. Lon- 
don: Printed for G. Kearsly, at No. 46, in Fleet-Street. 
1774. 

An History of the Earth, and Animated 



Nature. By Oliver Goldsmith. 8vo. London: Printed 
for J. Nourse, in the Strand, Bookseller to His Majesty. 
1774. 

Eight Volumes. 

— The Grecian History, from The Earliest State 



to the Death of Alexander the Great. By Dr. Goldsmith. 
8vo. London. 1774. 

Two Volumes. 

The Comic Romance of ^Monsieur Scarron. 



Translated bj^ Oliver Goldsmith. 16mo. London: Printed 
W. Griffin, in Catherine Street, Strand. 177-5. 

Two Volumes. 

— The Haunch of Venison. A Poetical Epistle 



to Lord Clare. By the late Dr. Goldsmith. With a Head 
of the Author. 4to. London: Printed for G. Kearsly, in 
Fleet Street; and J. Ridley, in St. James's Street. 1776. 



[248 Continueci] 

A Survey of Experimental Philosophy, con- 
sidered in its Present State of Improvement. Illustrated 
with cuts. l?y Oliver (goldsmith, AI.B. 8vo. Ijondon: 
Printed for T. Car nan and F. Xcichcr/j, ]un., at X umber 
65, in St. Paul's Church-yard. 1770. 

Two Volumes. 

The Vicar of Wakefieu). A Tale. Bv Oliver 



Goldsmith, M.D. A New EditioiL Six Illustrations by 
Lafitte, engraved by L'Epine. 12mo. Ijondou. 1793. 
First Illustrated Edition. 

The Poetical Works of Oliver Goldsmith, 



containing his Deserted Village, Traveller, Hermit, Retalia- 
tion, Miscellanies, Prologues, E})ilogues, Songs. Elegies, 
Epitaphs, etc., etc., etc.; with the Life of the Author. 
12mo. Paris: Printed for Theophilus Barrios, junior; 
Bookseller, Quaij Voltaire, No. 3. 1808. 

The Life and Adventures or Oliver Gold- 



s:mith. a Biography in Four Books. By John Forster. 
With 40 Illustrations and an engraved extra title. 8vo. 
London. 1848. 

Together, 44 volumes. London, v. p., v. d., v. s. 

Full ^rec'ii crushed levant morocco, with <^old-toolino- on 
back and inside edges, gilt edges, by Riviere. 

249 G0LDS:MITH, Oliver. 

The Deserted Village, A Poem. By Dr. Goldsmith. 
Small 8vo. London: Printed for W. Griffin, at Garrick's 
Head, in Catherine-street, Strand. 1770. 

The Eari.iest Issue of the First Edition, publislied on May 
526, 1770, and extremely rare. This issue has the typographical 
errors wliich were corrected in later reprints. 

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lines, gilt edges, by Leighton. 



250 GOLDSMITH, Oliver. 

The Traveller; or, A Prospect of Society. A Poem. 
Inscribed to the Rev. Mr. Henry Goldsmith, by Ohver 
Goldsmith, jM.B. 4to. London: Printed for J. Newhery, 
in St. Paul's Church-yard. 1765. 

First Editiox. 

This copy includes the half-title preceding the title, and the 
two pages of advertisements at the back listing Newbery's publica- 
tions. 

Full green crushed levant morocco, gilt edges, by Riviere. 

251 GOLDSMITH, Oliver. 

The Vicar of Wakefield: A Tale. Supposed to be 
written by Himself. Sperate miseri, cavete failices. 16mo. 
Salisbury : Printed by B. Collins, for F. Newbery, in Pater- 
Noster-Row, London. 1766, 

Two Volumes. 
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Full olive-green crushed levant morocco, with a gold-tooled 
design on the covers in the style of Roger Payne, edges gilt on 
the rough, by Riviere. 

252 GOLDSMITH, Oliver. 

The Vicar of Wakefield. By Oliver Goldsmith. With 
32 illustrations by William JNIulready, R.A. 8vo. Lon- 
don. 1843. 

Six Volumes. 

Extra-Illfstrated Copy, one volume extended to six by the 
insertion of 329 extra-illustrations. The illustrations include a 
complete set of the wood-engravings after Mulready's designs, 
proofs on India paper, without text, which are very rare; the fine 
series of colored plates after Rowlandson ; sets by Johannot and 
Stothard, proofs before letters, Pinwell's w^ood-engraved illustra- 
tions, the series by Hammond, the illustrations by Hugh Thomson, 
the plates by Cruikshank, proofs of the frontispiece and vignette 
to Walker's small edition, an original drawing by Tony Johannot, 
the set of etchings by Lalauze, and many other illustrations. 

Full dark brown crushed levant morocco ; on the front cover of 
each volume is inlaid a figure in various colored moroccos, the fig- 



[252 Continuedl 

lire l)ciii<4' tiikrii in cicli iiistaiu'f from one of Row laiidsoirs illus- 
triitions, that on Volume I l)c'iii<>- a portrait of the "N'icar"; doub- 
lure juid flics of silver-gray watered-silk, gilt top, uncut, by Kelly. 

253 GOLDSMITH, Oliver. 

The Vicar of Wakefieij). By Oliver Goldsmith. With 
32 Illustrations hy William INliilready, R.A. 8vo. Loti- 
don : Jolni van Voorst, Paicniostcr Rote. 1843. 

Four Volumes. 

K\Ti{A-Ii,i,T'STRATED, witli spccial titk'-pagos, and extended to 
4 volumes, by the insertion of 270 plates; including the title to 
the Ogilvy and Spcare edition of 1792: a portrait of Goldsmith, 
engraved by Fi-eeman after Sir Joshua Reynolds; and illustrations 
to the story drawn by George Cruikshank, Meissonier, T. Johannot, 
G. J. Pinwell, T. Stothard, and Hugh Thomson ; and the colored 
etchings of T. Rowlandson. 

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scattered petals, in inlaid leathers, on sides, backs, and inside 
corners, doublure and flies of vellum, gilt top, uncut, by Kelly. 

254 GOXCOURT, Edmond et Jules de. 

Renee Mauperix. Par Edmond et Jules de Goncourt. 
Edition ornee de dix compositions a Teau-forte par James 
Tissot. 8vo. Paris. 1884. 

Exemplaire No. 44 de 50 sur papier imperial du Japon, avec 
les epreuves des eaux-fortes tirees avant la Icttre sur papier du 
Japon, et signces par I'artiste, et une seconde epreuve sur papier 
de HoUande. 

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of filleted linos and mitered comers, gilt top, uncut, by Affolter. 

255 GOXCOURT, Edmond et Jules de. 

La Femme au Dix-Huitieme Siecle. Par Edmond et 
Jules de Goncourt. Xouvelle edition, revue, augmentee et 
illustree de soixante-quatre reproductions sur cuivre, par 
Dujardin, d'apres des originaux de Tepoque. 4to. Paris. 
1887. 

No. 9 do soixante-quinze exemplaires sur papier du Japon. 
Full brown crushed levant morocco, with a silk panel on front 



[255 Continued] 

cover, with a female figure witli two cupids painted in water-colors, 
with decorative corners, doublure and flies of pink watered-silk, gilt 
edges, by Stikcman. 

256 GONTAUT, Josephine, Duchesse de. 

Memoirs of the Duchesse de Gontaut, Gouvernante 
to the Children of France during the Restoration, 1773- 
1836. Translated from the French by Mrs. J. W. Davis. 
With 14 illustrations, inchiding 2 mezzotint proof frontis- 
pieces on India paper, signed, found in this edition only, 
8vo. New York. 1894. 

Two Volumes. 

Extra-Illustrated, by the insertion of 54 plates, some in 
color, including numerous Degobert lithograph portraits, and en- 
gravings by Montaut, Murillon, Bosselman, and others. 

Full dark blue crushed levant morocco, with filleted borders, 
and the arms of Navarre and of France in center, gilt edges, by 
Rousselle. 

257 GOULD, John. 

The Complete Set or The Ornithological and 
Other Works by John Gould, F.R.S., F.Z.S., etc., etc. 

Uniformly printed on heavy laid paper. The magnificent series 
of plates were drawn from nature, and on stone, by E. Gould, 
J. Gould, W. Hart, and J. Wolf, printed by C. HuUmandel, 
Walter, Walton, Colm, and Mintern Bros., and colored by E. Lear, 
H. C. Richter, and W. Hart. All the plates were drawn from the 
original specimens collected by Mr. Gould, and these models were 
afterwards deposited by liim in the Museum of the Zoological So- 
ciety at London, England. 

These superb volumes are as follows : 

A Century of Birds from the Himalaya 

Mountains. By John Gould, A.L.S. Illustrated with 80 
full-page colored plates. London. [^Privately Printed for, 
and Puhli.shcd hy the Author.'] 1831. 



[257 Continued] 

The Birds of Europe. By .Tolin Gould, F.L.S., 

etc. Illiistnited witli 449 f'lill-pa^e colored ])late.s. Lon- 
don. 18;J7. 

Five Volumes. 

The Birds of Austrai,ia. Bv John Gould, 



F.R.S., F.R.Geog.S., etc., etc. Illustrated with 681 full- 
page colored plates. London. 1848 

Seven Volumes. 

A Monograph of the OnoxTOPiioRiNyE; or, 



Partridges of America. By John (rould, F.R.S., 
]M.Kays., etc., etc. Illustrated with 32 full-page colored 
j)lates. London. 18.50. 

The Birds of Asia. By John Gould, F.R.S., 

F.R.Geogr.S., etc., etc. Illustrated with 580 full-page 
colored plates. London. 1850-1883. 

Seven Volumes. 

A Monograph of the Ramphastid.f, or. Fa- 



mily OF Toucans. By John Gould, F.R.S., JNI.Rays., etc., 
etc. Illustrated with 51 full-page colored plates. London. 
1854. 

A Monograph of the Trochilid^; or, Fa- 



Mii,Y OF HuMMiNG-BiRDs. By John Gould, F.R.S., of 
the Soc. of the jSIuseum of Nat. Hist, of Strashourg, etc., 
etc. Illustrated with 416 full-page colored plates. Lon- 
don. 1861. 

Five Volumes. 

The INIammals of Australia. By John Gould, 

F.R.S., Hon. jNIemh. of the Royal Academy of Sciences of 
Turin, etc., etc. Illustrated with 182 full-page colored 
plates. London. 1863. 

Three Volumes. 

The Birds of Austraija. Bv John Gould, 



F.R.S., of the Tasmanian Societv of Van Diemen's Land, 



[257 Continued] 

etc., etc. Supplement. Illustrated with 81 full-page col- 
ored plates. London. 1869. 

The Birds of Geeat Britain. By John Gould, 



F.R.S., etc. Illustrated with 367 full-page colored plates. 
London. 1873. 

Five Volumes. 

A Monograph of the TROGONiDiE; or. Family 



OF Trogons. By John Gould, F.R.S., etc. Illustrated 
with 47 full-page colored plates. London. 187o. 

The Birds of Xew Gl^inea and the Adjacent 



Papuan Islands, including many New Species recently 
discovered in Australia. By John Gould, F.R.S. Com- 
pleted after the Author's death by R. Bowdler Sharpe, 
F.L.S., etc., Zoological Department, British Museum. Il- 
lustrated with 320 full-page colored plates. London. 1875- 
1888. 

Five Volumes. 

A Monograph of the Trochilid.e, or, Family 



OF Humming-Birds. By John Gould, F.R.S. Completed 
after the Author's death by R. Bowdler Sharpe, F.L.S., 
etc., Zoological Department, British JSIuseum. Supple- 
ment. Illustrated with 122 full-page colored plates. Lon- 
don. 1887. 

Together, 43 volumes. Folio. London, v. d. Contain- 
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history of Ornitholoo y, from the boldness of the plan on which 
they were executed, the number of new species added to science, 
and of doubtful species cleared away from previous obscurity ; the 
unadorned fidelity of the descriptions ; and the exquisite accuracy 
of the plates, in which the utmost adherence to nature is united with 



[257 Coiitiiuicdl 

tliat felicitous effect which st;uii})s the artist, and proves that grace 
and trutlifuhiess may meet to<);ether. Ao-ain, Mr. Gould's Works 
form in themselves an Ornitliological Museum, pictorial it is true, 
hut of such a cliaracter as to obviate the necessity of a collection 
of mounted specimens obtained at no trifling cost, and preserved, 
even where room can be afforded for them, not witliout the greatest 
trouble." — London Times. 

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Queen Anne. By Herbert Paul. J-to. Paris: Goupil 
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Japan-paper Copy. Xo. 98 of 200 copies on Japanese paper. 
Witli ;i frontispiece in colors and a duplicate set of the plates 
inserted. 

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259 GOUPIL BIOGRAPHICAL SERIES. 

Catherine de ^NIedicis. Par Henri Bouchot. -iU). 
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Japan-paper Copy. No. .55 de 1,000 exemplaires. Contain- 
ing a colored frontispiece, and 48 full-page plates, Avith a dupli- 
cate set inserted. 



[259 Continued^ 

Full dark green crushed levant morocco, with the royal mono- 
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260 GOUPIL BIOGRAPHICAL SERIES. 

Charles I, By Sir John Skelton, K.C.B. 4to. Lon- 
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261 GOUPIL BIOGRAPHICAL SERIES. 

Charles II. By Osmund Airy, M.A., LL.D. 4to. 
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262 GOUPIL BIOGRAPHICAL SERIES. 

Prince Charles Edavard. By Andrew Lang. 4to. 
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2(»;j GOUPIL BIOGKAPIIICAL SKUIKS. 

Oi-ivKR Cromavki.t.. By Samuel Uawson Gardiner. 
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264 (iOUPlL BIOGKAPHICAL SERIES. 

Queen Elizabeth. By the liight Rev. ^Nlandell 
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265 GOUPIL BIOGRAPHICAL SERIES. 

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266 GOUPIL BIOGRAPHICAL SERIES. 

James I and VI. By T. F. Henderson. 4to. Lon- 
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[266 Continued] 

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267 GOUPIL BIOGRAPHICAL SERIES. 

Josephine: Imperatrice et Reine. Par Frederic Mas- 
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page plates ; and with a duplicate set of the illustrations inserted. 

Full green crushed levant morocco, with decorations in gold 
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268 GOUPIL BIOGRAPHICAL SERIES. 

Louis XV et Madame de Pompadour. Par Pierre de 
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269 GOUPIL BIOGRAPHICAL SERIES. 

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[261) Continued] 

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270 GOUPIL BIOGRAPHICAL SERIES. 

La I^auphinp: Marie- Antoinette, Par Pierre de Nol- 
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271 GOUPIL BIOGRAPHICAL SERIES. 

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272 GOUPIL BIOGRAPHICAL SERIES. 

Marie-Caroline, Duchesse de Berry. 1816-1830. 

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273 GOUPIL BIOGRAPHICAL SERIES. 

L'Imperatkice Marie-Louise. Par Frederic Masson. 
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274 GOUPIL BIOGRAPHICAL SERIES. 

INIary Stuart. By John Skelton. 4to. London. 1893. 

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Rittcr. 

275 GOUPIL BIOGRAPHICAL SERIES. 

Cavaliers de Napoleon. Par Frederic Masson. Il- 
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Detaille. 4to. Paris. [1895.] 

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the rough, by Chambolle-Duru. 



276 GOUPIL liIOGRAPIIICAI> SKRIKS. 

Napoi^eon et son Fii.s. Par Frederic Masson. 4to. 
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.Jai'Ax-paper C'oi'v. No. 71 of l''3() copies on Japanese paj)er, 
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plates inserted. 

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^ilt edges, by Chambolle-Duru. 

277 GOUPIL BIOGRAPHICAL SERIES. 

The Electress Sophia and the Hanoverian Suc- 
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LL.D., Master of Peterhouse, Cambridge. 4to. London: 
Goupil (% Co. 1903. 

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plates inserted. 

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278 GOUPIL BIOGRAPHICAL SERIES. 

Queen Victoria. By Richard R. Holmes, F.S.A. 4to. 

Ncxc York. 1897. 

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gilt on the rough, by Chambolle-Duru. 

279 GOWER, John. 

Jo. GowER, DE coNFEssioNE Amantis. -Ito. Imprinted 
at London in Flete-stretc, hy Thomas Berthclette, the XII. 
daie of Marche. An. M.D.LIIII. Cum Privilegio. 



[279 Continued^ 

Berthelette's famous edition, which is dedicated to King Henry 
VIII. 

Printed in Black Letter, two columns to the page, of 48 
lines each, with the title in a woodcut border. A large and sound 
copy, with headlines, catchwords, and side-notes intact; containing 
both the preface and table of contents, frequently wanting. 

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blind-tooling on sides and back, edges gilt on the rough, by Riviere. 

280 GOWER, Lord Ronald. 

Sir Joshua Reynolds. His Life and Art. By Lord 
Ronald Sutherland Gower, F.S.A. 12mo. London. 1902. 

With 89 illustrations after Sir Joshua Reynolds's paintings. 

Full green crushed levant morocco, Janseniste, with an oval 
miniature portrait of the Countess Spencer after Reynolds's paint- 
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281 GRAMMONT, Count. 

Memoirs of Count Grammont. By Anthony Hamil- 
ton. A New Edition, to which are Prefixed, A Bio- 
graphical Sketch of Count Hamilton, and a Translation 
of the Epistle to Comit Grammont. Illustrated with 64 
portraits, engraved by Edward Scriven, being proof im- 
pressions, etc. 8vo. London. 1811. 

Two Volumes. 

This is the most valued edition of Grammont's "Memoirs," 
and contains notes by Sir Walter Scott. 

Extra-Illustrated, by the insertion of numerous portraits 
of the celebrities mentioned in the "Memoirs" ; engraved by Van- 
denburg, Gardiner, Clamp, Le Goux, Birrell, Sheneker, Schiavo- 
netti, etc., etc. ; after paintings by Harding, Lely, Van Dyck, 
Kneller, etc., etc. 

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borders and back in the style of Roger Payne, gilt edges, by 
Riviere. 

282 GRAIMIMONT. Count. 

JNIemoirs of Count Grammont. By Anthony Hamil- 
ton. Edited, with Notes, by Sir Walter Scott. With a 



[282 Continued] 

portrait of the Author and 33 etchings by L. Boisson on 
India-paper, from Original Compositions by C. Delort. 
4to. Philadclpliid and London. 1889. 

Two Volumes. 

No. 447 of 780 copies, numbered as issued. 

ExTEA-Ii.i.usTRATED, and extended to 2 volumes, by the in- 
sertion of a set of etchings by Chauret, proofs before letters, 
anotlier set of the same in "Eaux-fortes pures" ; a complete set of 
the "Court Beauties of Charles II," by Mrs. Jameson; a set of 
proofs b}' Chaquet, and a number of rare portraits engfraved by 
St. Aubin, Scriven, Ilardiiifr, Roy, Marcenay, and others. 

Full dark blue crushed levant morocco, with a gold-tooled 
border on the sides, gold-tooled inside edges, gilt edges, by Lortic. 

283 GRANT, General Ulysses Simpson. 

A COLLECTION OF ORIGINAL DISPATCHES 
AND LETTERS OF GENERAL U. S. GRANT; 

chiefly in His Handwriting. 

Vol. I, July 9, 1864— April 7, 1805. With an engraved 
frontispiece portrait of Grant, by Hall. Vol. II, August 
26-28, 1867. Together, 2 volumes, as follows: 

Volume I of this extuejiely valuable collection contains 
225 letters of General Grant, in his handwriting, being dispatches 
addressed from City Point, Gravely Run, Dabney Mills, and Suth- 
erland Station, in Virgina. Also: 

A. L. S. from Grant to President Andrew Johnson. 

A. L. S. from Grant to Congress. 

A. L. S. from General Joseph E. Johnston to Grant. 

A. L. S. from Mrs. P. D. White to Grant. 

A. L. S. from Mr. D. Mclntyre to General John Adams Dix. 

A. L. S. from Robert T. I.incoln to Grant, and to Major 
Leeh. (2) 

A. L. S. from Gen. George G. Meade to Col. Josejih K. 
Barnes, and to Major Lech. (2) 

A. L. S. from Gen. Jolm Pope. 

A. L. S. from Charles Colfax to Grant. 

And the Roster of the officers in the Rebel Army in Virginia 
under General Robert E. Lee, at the time of Lee's surrender to 
Grant at Appomattox Court House. 



[283 Continued] 

\o\. II contains the original MS. Correspondence between 
President Andrew Johnson and General U. S. Grant, which was 
not permitted to be preserved in the Government archives, regard- 
ing the famous dispute between them in respect to the transfer of 
General George H. Thomas, General Winfield S. Hancock, and 
General P. H. Sheridan from their respective commands, to satisfy 
the personal and political whim of President Johnson in his quarrel 
with Stanton, when Secretary of War, just previous to the Presi- 
dent's attempted impeachment by Congress, and while Grant was 
Secretary of War, ad interim. The volume contains : 

A. L. S. of Andrew Johnson to Grant (1 page) in his hand, 
dated "Executive Mansion, Washington, D. C, Aug. 28, 1867." 
Signed "Andrew Johnson." 

L. S. of General U. S. Grant to President Andrew Johnson, 
in the autograph of his Secretary, dated "Head-Quarters Armies 
of the United States, Washington, D. C, Aug. 26, 1867" (4 
pages). Signed "U. S. Grant, Sec. of War, ad int." 
Together, 2 volumes. 4to. 

Full dark blue crushed levant morocco, with borders of deco- 
rative lines with laurel wreaths in comers, gilt edges, by Bradstreet. 

284 GRAY, Tho.aias. 

The Poetical Works of Thomas GrxVy, LL.B. With 
Some Account of His Life and Writings. The Whole 
Carefully Revised, and Illustrated by Notes. To which 
are annexed, Poems, addressed to, and in memory of, Mr. 
Gray. Second Edition. 12mo. hondon: Printed by C. 
Whittingham. 1800. 

Illustrated with a portrait and 6 engravings. 
Full dark blue crushed levant morocco, gold-tooled inside 
edges, gilt edges, by David. 

285 GREEN, John Richard. 

A Short History of the Engijsh People. By J. R. 
Green, M.A. Illustrated Edition. Edited by Mrs. J. R. 
Green and ]Miss Kate Norgate. 8vo. London. 1892. 
^ Eight Volumes. 



[28") Colli i nil cd] 

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teresting, and choice portraits of all the English and Scotch kings 
and queens, statesmen, royalty, celebrities, and foreign personages ; 
historic scenes, battles, and places, rare prints showing the manners 
and customs of England for all times, etc., etc. Also, colored 
satirical drawings, by Gillray, Rowlandson, etc. ; passes to the 
coronations of George IV and Queen Victoria; letterpress of the 
Commonxeealth Mercury for Se{)tember, 1(558, giving an account 
of the death of Cromwell, inserted. The portraits are after paint- 
ings by Holbein, Raphael, Vertue, Chasselat, Hamilton, Stothard, 
Lely, Vandyke, Walker, Hoppner, Sir Thomas Lawrence, West, 
Reynolds, Ramsay, etc., etc., and are engraved by Hassell, Gri- 
gnion, Ridlejs Cooke, Chapman, Hulsbergh, Mackenzie, Worthing- 
toii, Vandcrbanck, Harding, Goldar, White, Scriven, Gaillard, Holl, 
Hollar, Posselwhite, Schiavonetti, Bromley, Gucht, Stainer, Wool- 
noth, Bonneville, Picart, Hall, Collyer, Conde, Finden, Freeman, 
Heath, Aloncornet, etc., etc. Also, a set of engravings illustrating 
English historical scenes, by David. 

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and clover leaves, inlaid in green, yellow, and blue morocco, doub- 
lure and flies of vellum, gilt top, uncut. 

286 GREGO, Joseph. 

The Reminiscences and Recollections of Captain 
Gronow. Being Anecdotes of the Camp, Court, Clubs, 
and Society, 1810-1860. With Portrait, 4 Woodcuts, and 
20 Etched and Aquatint Illustrations from Contemporary 
Sources. By JosejDh Grego. 8vo. London. 1889. 

Two Volumes. 

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tions in duplicate inserted. 

Full brown crushed levant morocco, with filleted borders on 
sides, gold-tooled inside edges, silk flies, gilt top, uncut, by Mac- 
don aid. 

287 GREY, Lady Jane. 

Memoirs and Remains of Lady Jane Grey. By Nich- 
olas Harris Nicolas, Esq. New Edition. 8vo. London. 
1831. 



[2^87 Continued] 

Extra-Illustrated, by the insertion of 6 choice portraits, 
after Holbein and others, some proofs on India paper, with a fold- 
ing plate showing the pedigree of Lady Jane Grey. 

Full purple straight-grained morocco, with blind-tooled borders 
and gold center-pieces, gilt top, uncut. 

288 GRIMM, Jakob and Wilhelm. 

Household Stories; from the Collection of the Bros. 
Grimm. Translated from the German by Lucy Crane; 
and done into pictures by Walter Crane. 8vo. London. 
1882. 

Large-paper Copy. With a pictured title. From the Library 
of Sir Frederick Leighton, with his autograph signature, "Fred. 
Leighton, Jan., 1885," on fly-leaf. 

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roses and leaves, and comers in pointille, with rose-vines on inside 
borders, and gilt and gauffered edges, by Cobden-Sanderson. 

289 GROLIER, Jean. 

HiERONYMi Caedani Medici Mediolanensis de Sub- 
TiLiTATE Libri XXI. Ad illustriss. Principem Ferrandum 
Gonzagam, Mediolanensis provincise, Praefectum. [De- 
vice.] Norimbergae apud loh. Petreium, iam primo im- 
pressum. Folio. Anno M. D. L. 

Grolier's Copy witli a binding of characteristic design and 
treatment, and the words "lo. Groeierii et Amicorum" in the 
border at the bottom of the front cover. A beautifully printed 
volume with woodcut illustrations. 

A superb book in perfect preservation and with the sides of 
great beauty and freshness. This copy first appeared in the 
MacCarthy Collection, and can be traced down through the De 
Bure, Yemeniz, Techener, Guyot, and Villeneuve collections. The 
last named was the well-known President of the Societe des Biblio- 
philes Fran9aise. 

Old brown calf with arabesques of painted black bands forming 
compartments, some of which are filled in with gold pointille, with 
the title lettered in the central compartment and the words "lo. 
Groeierii et Amicorum" at the bottom of the front cover, and 
with Aldine gold-tooling, gilt edges. [See Frontispiece, Vol. II.] 




288. Grimm : Household Stories 
Bound by Cobden-Sanderson 




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289A GROLIER, Jean. 

PoNTANi Opeka. Vrunia, sine de Stellis; Meteororum ; 
De Hortis hesperiduni; Lepidina sine postoralcs pompap 
septem-Item-Meliseus-Maion Aeon; Plendeat syllaborum ; 
Tumulorum; Nenige; Epigrammata. Quje uero in toto 
opere habeantur in Indiee qui in calce est, licet nidere. 
[Aldine device.] [Colophon.] Small 8vo. Venctm in 
Aedihus ^ildi, et A ndrccc uisulani Soccri. M.l ).X 1 1 1 . 

Guolikr's Copy. On the title appears, lo. Grolierius Copi- 
arum Gallica Rum Quaestor Laureniio Jiaboto D.D., written with 
ink. This rare Aldine contains 258 pages, and an index, and 58 
initial letters in red and gold drawn in by hand. 

Full black morocco, a contemporary binding, with borders 
and designs in the Grolier fashion, title on front cover, with '"Gro- 
LiERii ET Amicorum" stamped on back cover, gilt edges. 

GROLIER CLUB PUBLICATIONS. 

A Set of the Rarer Publications or the Grolier 
Club of the City of New York, mostly on Vellum. 
Arranged in order of publication, as follows [sold sepa- 
rately] : 

290 GROLIER CLUB PUBLICATIONS. 

A Decree of Star Chamber Concerning 

Printing. Made July 11, 1637. 8vo. Reprinted by the 
Grolier Chih, from the First Edition hij Robert Barker, 
1637. [NeiJC York. 1884.] 

Vellum Copy. The first book issued by the Grolier Chib, this 
being copy No. 1 of 2 copies on vellum privately printed for tlic 
Grolier Club. This copy came from the Pene Du Bois collection; 
the other vellum copy being in the possession of the GroUer Club. 

Full dark brown crushed levant morocco, decorated after the 
style of Aldus, with parallel filleted lines, a border in blind tooling, 
the center panel containing the Grolier Club seal inlaid in colored 
leathers and finished in gold, doublure of red ci'ushed levant 
morocco, with den telle border, flies of red watered-silk, edges gilt on 
the rough, with the original covers preserved, by 1-ortic. 



291 GROLIER CLUB PUBLICATIONS. 

— A Decree of Star Chamber Concerning 

Printing. Made July 11, 1637. 8vo. Be printed by the 
Grolier Club, from the First Edition hij Bohert Barker, 
1637. \_Neti: York. 1884.] 

HOLLAXD-PAPER CoPY. Xo. 101 of 148 COpicS. 

Full dark green crushed levant morocco, elaborately decorated 
in mosaic in an antique design, with compartments of inlaid blue 
crushed levant, gold-tooled and suri-ounded by bands of yellow 
morocco, with conventional desigTis inlaid in red levant, doublure 
of j-ellow levant with a border of entwining bands of dark green 
levant, flies of dark green watered-silk, gilt edges, with the original 
covers preserved, by the Club Bindery. 

292 GROLIER CLUB PUBLICATIONS. 

RuBAiYAT OF Omar Khayyam, The Astiou- 

omer-Poet of Persia. Rendered into English verse by Ed- 
ward FitzGerald. 8vo. The Grolier Club of Xew York. 
1885. 

Vellum Copy. One of 2 copies printed on vellum, with the 
head-pieces from examples in Owen Jones's "Grammar of Orna- 
ment." and the cover from an Oriental design in Audsley's "Out- 
lines of Ornament." 

Full red cruslied levant morocco, with an elaborate Persian 
geometrical design on the covers inlaid in blue, green, white, and 
red levant, and gold-tooled, doublure of red crushed levant with 
a Persian design inlaid in green and blue levant, and gold-tooled 
in pointille, vellum flies, edges gilt on the rough, with the original 
wrappers preserved, by Riviere. 

293 GROLIER CLUB PUBLICATIONS. 

RuBAiYAT OF Omar Khayyam. The Astron- 

omer-Poet of Persia. Rendered into English verse by Ed- 
ward FitzGerald. 8vo. The Grolier Club of Xetc York. 
188.5. 

Japax-papkk Copy. Xo. 26 of 150 copies on Japan paper. 
Full dark blue crushed levant morocco, with the covers inlaid 
in an elaborate mosaic of olive, brown, vellow, maroon, white, and 



[293 Continued] 

red levant in a Persian desigii, all delicately g-old-tooled, the back 
similarl}^ inlaid and gold-tooled, donhlurc of white crushed levant 
ex(juisitely gold-tooled with delicate flower and leaf-sprays, flies 
of })iiik brocaded-silk, edges gilt on the rough, by the Club Bindery. 

294 GROI.IER CLUB PUBLICATIONS. 
— [IRVING, Washington.] 

A History of New- York from the Beginning of the 
World to the End of the Dutch Dynasty; Containing, 
among many Surprising and Curious Matters, theUnutter- 
able Ponderings of Walter the Doubter, the Disastrous 
Projects of William the Testy, and the Chivalric Achieve- 
ments of Peter the Headstrong. By Diedrich Knicker- 
bocker. A New Edition, containing unpublished 
corrections of the Author, with illustrations by Geo. H. 
Boughton, Will H. Drake, and Howard Pyle, and Etch- 
ings by Henry C. Eno and F. Raubicheck. 8vo. New 
York: Printed for the Grolier Club. 1886. 

Two Volumes. 

The edition consisted of 175 copies on Holland paper. With 
the etchings, forming frontispieces to each volume, in three states, 
and with the head and tail-pieces printed in brown. 

Full light brown crushed levant morocco, with the covers 
divided into geometrical compartments, inlaid in blue, maroon, and 
olive morocco, and tooled with tulips and leaf-sprays in gold, and 
with an outside border of an inlaid band of green morocco delicately 
gold-tooled, doublure of dark blue crushed levant, flies of dark red 
watered-silk, edges gilt on the rough, by the Club Bindery. 

295 GROLIER CLUB PUBLICATIONS. 

Peg Woffington. By Charles Reade. In two 

volumes. 12mo. New-York: Printed for the Grolier Club. 
1888. 

Vellum Copy, one of two copies printed on vellum. The head- 
bands, initials, and tail-pieces are from designs by C. M. Jencks. 

Full dark red crushed levant morocco, elaborately decorated 
with a trellis inlaid in gray, brown, green, and black levant with 



["295 Continued] 

flowers inlaid in blue and green, with an inlaid Ivrc at the top with 
branches of laurel and oak leaves tooled in gold, at the bottom a 
mask of comedy in gold, doublure of green crushed levant with 
borders of inlaid red morocco, with gold-tooling, flies of brocaded- 
silk, edges gilt on the rough, by Taffin. 

296 GROI.IER CLUB PUBLICATIONS. 

DE VINNE, Theodore. Christopher Plan- 
tin AND THE PlANTIN-jNIoRETUS MuSEUM AT ANTWERP. 

By Theo. L. De Vinne. With Illustrations by Joseph 
Pennell, and others. 4to. Printed for the Grolier Club, 
New-York. 1888. 

Vellum Copy, 1 of 3 copies printed on vellum, one being in the 
Grolier Club Library. With a frontispiece portrait of Christopher 
Plant in reproduced from an engraving by Henri Goltzius, and 
illustrations printed in tints. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, with a conventionalized de- 
sign of grapes and grape-leaves gold-tooled on the covers, loublnrc 
of cream-colored pigskin with a bold gold-tooled design of grapes 
and gi'ape-leaves, flies of pale pink brocaded-silk, edges gilt on the 
rough, b}- iNIiss Prideaux. 

297 GROLIER CLUB PUBLICATIONS. 

BLTRY, Richard de. Ricardi de Bury Philo- 

BiBEON EX Opti:mis Codicibus Recensuit. Versione 
Anglica necnon et Prolegomenis Adnotationibusqiie Auxit 
Andreas Fleming West in Collegio Princetoniee Professor. 
Pars Prima. Textus. Xov^i Eboraci : Ti/pis et Impensis 
Soeietatis Grolieriame. 1889. 

■ The Philobiblon of Richard de Bury. Ed- 



ited from the best JNIanuscripts and Translated into Eng- 
lish, with an Introduction and Notes, by Andrew Fleming 
West, Professor in Princeton College. Part Second. 
English version. Xetv York: Printed for the Grolier Club. 
1889. 

— The Philobiblon of Richard de Bury. Ed- 



ited from the best Manuscripts and Translated into Eng- 




29'5. Gkoi.ikk (ijh: Rihaivat 
Borxu HV rnK Ci.ub Bindeuv 



[297 Continued] 

lish, with ail iMtrodiiction and Notes, by Andrew Fleming 
West. Part Third. Introductory Matter and Notes. New 
York: Printed for the Grolier Club. 1889. 

Together, 3 volumes. Small Mo. [New York.] 1889. 
\'ellum Copy, one of tlirce copies printed on vellum. The first 
part printed from Black Lktter types specially cast, witli head- 
pieces, chapter ornaments, and initials from designs by James West, 
(Iharles M. Jcncks, and George Wharton Edwards. The text 
profusely rubricated and the large capitals illuminated in gold. 
The Third Part is illustrated with facsimiles of the manuscript and 
early printed texts, and of the various seals used by de Bury. 

Full dark blue crushed levant morocco, with the covers deco- 
rated in a Grolieresque design of interlacing bands of inlaid brown 
levant, and with Aldine gold-tooling, doublure of brown crushed 
levant with Aldine tooling, flies of dark blue ribbed silk, edges gilt 
on the rough, by Chambolle-Duru. 

298 GROLIER CLUB PUBLICATIONS. 

JMATTHEWS, William. Modern Book- 
binding Peacticaixy Considered. A Lecture read before 
the Grolier Club of New York, March 25, 188.5, with addi- 
tions and new illustrations. By William Matthews. 4to. 
New York: The Grolier Club. 1889. 

Veli^um Copy, one of three copies printed on vellum, with 8 
full-page illustrations reproducing examples of the different styles 
of binding. 

Full brown crushed levant morocco, riclily decorated in a 
Maioli pattern, with a lattice-work border, floriated figures, etc., 
and with the Grolier Club seal inlaid in colored morocco in the 
center, doublure of dark brown crushed levant morocco, elaborately 
gold-tooled in the manner of Le Gascon, flies of crimson watered- 
silk, gilt top, uncut, b}' Zachnsdorf. 

299 GROLIER CLUB PUBLICATIONS. 

— JNIILTON, John. Areopagitica. A speech of 

Mr. John Milton for The Liberty of Unlicensed Printing, 
to the ParHament of England. With an Introduction by 



[299 Continued] 

James Russell Ivowell. 12mo. Neiv York: The Grolier 
Club. 1890. 

One of 3^5 copies printed on Holland paper, with a frontis- 
piece portrait of Milton etched by G. Mercier after an engraving 
by Faithorne. 

Full brown crushed levant morocco, with panels of inlaid 
yellow and brown morocco, surrounded by bands of filleted lines 
and wreaths of laurel, doublure of wine-colored morocco, with 
filleted borders, flies of maroon ribbed silk, edges gilt on the rough, 
by the Club Bindery. 

aoo GROLIER CLUB PUBLICATIONS. 

CONWAY, MoNcuRE Daniel. Barons of 

THE PoTO.MACK AND THE Rappahannock. By Moiicure 
Daniel Conway. 8vo. New York: The Grolier Club. 
1892. 

\'kllum Coi'Y, one of tliree copies printed on vellum, with 
three sets of the ten plates, (me on vellum, one on Japan paper, 
and one on India paper. 

Full brown crushed levant morocco, with the seal of the Grolier 
Club tooled in gold on sides, a device of tobacco leaves and pipes 
inlaid in green morocco on corners, vellum doublure on which is 
stamped in gold the Fairfax coat-of-arms, vellum flies, gilt top, 
uncut, by Stikeman. 

801 GROLIER CLUB PUBLICATIONS. 

The Catalogue of Books from the Libraries 

OR Collections of Celebrated Bibliophiles and Illus- 
trious Persons of the Past with Arms or Devices upon 
the Bindings. Exhibited at the Grolier Club in the month 
of January, 189.5. 4to. New York: Published by the 
Grolier Club. 1895. 

Vellum Copy, one of three copies printed on vellum, with 24 
reproductions in black and white of l)ook covers bearing the rarer 
historic arms. 

Full brown crushed levant morocco, decorated with a border 

of filleted lines and little circles, back tooled with a leaf design, 

'1 doublure of brown crushed levant morocco, beautifully tooled with 

graceful scrolls of a leaf pattern which entirely covers the surface, 

vellum flies, edges gilt on the rough, by the Doves Bindery. 




298. Matthews: Bookbinding. Vellum Copy 
Bound by Zaehnsdorf 



802 GROLIER CLUB PUBLICATIONS. 

DONNE, John. The Poems of John Donne. 

From the text of the Edition of 1633. Revised by James 
Russell Lowell. With the various readings of the other 
editions of the seventeenth century, and with a preface, and 
introduction, and notes, by Charles Eliot Norton. 12mo. 
New-York: The Grolier Club. 1895. 

Two Volumes. 

Vellum Copy, one of three copies printed on vellum. 

Full light brown crushed levant morocco, with honeysuckle 
blossoms inlaid in white levant, with cursing lines, gold-tooled, on 
the covers, doublure and flies of red crushed levant, gilt top, uncut, 
by Morrell. 

303 GROLIER CLUB PUBLICATIONS. 

CARLYLE, Thomas. Two Note Books of 

Thomas Carlyle. From 23*^ March, 1822, to le"' May, 
1832. Edited by Charles EKot Norton. 8vo. New York: 
The Grolier Chih. 1898. 

Vellum Copy, one of three copies printed on vellum, with 
portraits of Carlyle in 1846 and 1876, etched by Alfred 
Jones. Inserted is an autograph note, "First Choice, Grolier Club, 
Jan. 26, 1899. Theo. L. De Vinne, Thomas G. Evans, Samuel P. 
Avery. Bought for Tiffany <§- Co., George F. Kvnz.'" 

Bound in covers of highly polished shark bone, bearing inlaid 
borders of the shark vertebrae, the back a beautifully mottled snake- 
skin, flies of gray watered-silk, gilt top, uncut, by Tifl'any. 

304 GROLIER CLUB PUBLICATIONS. 

The Life or Charles Henry, Count Hoym, 

Ambassador from Saxony-Poland to France, and Eminent 
French Bibliojihile, 1694-1736. Written by Baron Jerome 
Pichon for the Society of French Bibliophiles, and Trans- 
lated into English for the Grolier Club. With a Sketch 
of the Life of the late Baron Pichon. Large 8vo. T'he 
Grolier Club. New York. 1899. 

Vellum Copy, one of three copies printed on vellum. There 
were also printed 303 copies on hand-made paper. Containing 2 



1304> Continued] 

etched portriiits, 4 reproductions from bindings in Count HoAin's 
collection, and 4 illustrations. 

Full dark blue crushed levant morocco, decorated with floriated 
designs in dentelle and pointille, enclosed in compartments formed 
by bands of inlaid maroon levant morocco, doublure of wine-colored 
crushed levant morocco with borders of filleted and mitered lines, and 
flower clusters, and dentelle border, vellum flies, edges gilt on the 
rough, by the Club Bindery. 

305 GROLIER CLUB PUBLICATIONS. 

— Researches concerning Jean Grolier, His 

Life and His Library. With a Partial Catalogue of His 
Books by A.-J.-V. Le Roux de Lincy. Edited by Baron 
Roger Portalis. Translated and Revised by Carolyn Ship- 
man, M.A. Large 8vo. Hie Grolier Club of the City of 
New York. 1907. 

With l^ j)hites in color, twelve being reproductions of bindings 
from Grolicr's library. 

Full brown crushed levant morocco, with a Grolieresque do- 
sign on the front and back covers, inlaid in interlacing bands of 
dark green, brown, and white levant and gold-tooled, doublure of 
brown crushed levant with a Grolieresque design inlaid in inter- 
lacing bands of dark green, brown, and white levant and gold- 
tooled, with the background filled-in with pointille, flies of brown 
watered-silk, gilt top, uncut, by the Club Bindery. 

306 GROTE, George. 

A CoLi-ECTEn Set of the Historical Works of 
George Grote, as follows: 

History of Greece. London. 18.54. 

Twelve Volumes. 

Plato, and the Other Companions of Sokrates. 



London. 1865. 

Three Volumes. 

Aristotle. Edited by Alexander Bain and G. 

Croom Robertson. Londo7i. 1872. 

Two Volumes. 




SOi. Grolikk Cmii: (oixt Hoym 
Bound by the ('ij:b Bixdkry 



[306 Continued^ 

The Personal Life of George Grote. Com- 
piled from Family Documents, Private Memoranda, and 
Original Letters to and from Various Friends. By Mrs. 
Grote. London. 1873. 

Together, 18 volumes. 8vo. With Portraits, Maps, and 
Index. London: John iMurray. v. d. 

Half blue crushed levant morocco, gilt top, uncut, by Zaehns- 
dorf. 

307 GRUEL, Leon. 

Manuel Historique et Bibliographique de l' Ama- 
teur DE Reliures. Par Leon Gruel, Relieur. 4to. Paris. 
1887. 

Japan-paper Copy. No. 38 of 50 copies on Imperial Japan 
paper. 

With 68 full-page plates in color and in tint, showing ex- 
amples of the bindings executed during the various periods, and 
numerous text illustrations. 

Full brown calf, with an elaborate carved decoration on the 
front cover, with a panel framed by a border of inlaid red, green, 
blue, black, and brown levant, the panel containing a design em- 
blematic of binding in cuir cisele, doublure of blue crushed levant 
morocco, with a border of filleted lines, flies of brocaded-silk, gilt 
edges, by Gruel. 

308 GRUEL, Leon. 

Manuel Historique et Bibliographique de l' Ama- 
teur DE Reliures. Par Leon Gruel, Relieur. Deuxieme 
Partie. 4to. Paris. 190.5. 

Japan-paper Copy. No. 2 of 50 copies on Imperial Japan 
paper. 

With 9 full-page plates in color, and 59 full-page plates in 
tint, reproducing bindings of various periods, and numerous text 
illustrations. 

Full brown calf, with an elaborate cai"ved decoration on the 
front cover, with a panel framed by a border of inlaid red, green, 
blue, black, and brown levant, the panel containing a design em- 
blematic of binding in ctiir cisele, doublure of blue crushed levant 
morocco, with a border of filleted lines, flies of light brown watered- 
silk, gilt edges, by Gruel. 



309 HALEVY, Ludvoic. 

L'Abbe Constantix. Par Ludovic Halevy. Illustre 
par Madame Madeleine Lemaire. 4to. Paris: Boussod, 
Valadon &, C'^. 1887. 

No. 92 of 250 co})ies on Japan paper, with the 18 plates in 
tlircc states, and with an A. L. S. of Ludovic Halevy inserted. 

Full gray-blue crushed levant morocco, with title on ribbons 
of inlaid leather, with a scroll containing the flags of France and 
the United States, beneath a festoon of entwined white and pink 
roses, with branches of laurel, flying birds and butterflies, doublure 
of pink leather with borders of filleted lines and climbing rose 
branches, blue silk flies, gilt top, marbled under gold, uncut. 

.'J 10 HALL, John. 

Poems, by John Hall, [Vignette.] 12mo. Cam- 
bridge: Printed h// lioger Daniel, Printer to the Univer- 
sitie. 1646. For J. llothtcell at the Sun in Paul's Church- 
yard. 

First Edition, 2 volumes bound in one, with a rare frontispiece 
portrait of the author, aged 19, surrounded by a wreath of laurel, 
engraved by W. ]\Iarshall, which is seldom found in the book. At 
page 68, where the Divine Poems begin, occurs a second title — 
"The Seconde Booke of Divine Poems. By J. H. [Latin Quo- 
tation.] London: Printed hy E. G. for J. Rothwell. 1647." This 
part is now extremel}' rare. 

Full yellow crushed levant morocco, with a series of inlaid 
panels in green and red morocco, richly tooled, with flowers, 
squares, circles, and stars in mosaic, in a 17th century design, gilt 
edges, by Riviere. 

311 HALL, Samuel Carter. 

The Baronial Hali,s and Ancient Picturesque Edi- 
fices OF England. From Drawings by J. D. Harding, G. 
Cattermole, S. Prout, W. Midler, J. Holland, and Other 
Eminent Artists. Executed in colored lithotints. The 




307. Grvi-:!. : Manuel de Rei.iures 
Carved Binding by Gruel 



[311 Continuedl 

Text by S. C. Hall, F.S.A. Embellished with numerous 
engravings on wood. Folio. London. 1881. 

Two Volumes. 

Full (l;irk ^recn morocco, with fillotcfl borders and corner 
pieces, gilt edges. 

312 HALLAM, IIenky. 

A Coij.ECTED Set of the Works of Henky Hallam, 
as follows: 

View of the State of Europe during the 

INIiDDLE Ages. Tenth Edition, including supplemental 
notes. London. 1853. 

Three Volumes. 

The Constitutional History of England: 



From the Accession of Henry VII to the Death of George 
II. Eighth Edition. London. 1867. 

Three Volumes. 

Introduction to the Literature of Europe 



IN THE Fifteenth^ Sixteenth, and Seventeenth Cen- 
turies. Fifth Edition. With portrait. London. 1873. 

Three Volumes. 
Together, 9 volumes. 8vo. London, v. d. 

Full maroon straight-grained morocco, Inside edges in dentelle, 
gilt top, uncut. 

313 HALLER, Gustave. 

Nos Grands Peintres. Par Gustave Haller. Cata- 
logue de leurs ffiuvres et Opinions de la Presse. Gerome, 
— Henner, — Detaille, — Lefebvre. With portraits and il- 
lustrations. 8vo. Paris: Goupil S^O^. 1899. 

Japax-paper Copy. 

Extra-Illustkated, bv the insertion of 20 choice prints taken 
from the artists' principal pictures, and 4 fine A. L. S. of Gerome, 
Henner, Detaille, and Lefebvre, inserted. 

Full wine-colored crushed levant morocco, with artist's palette 
and brushes in mosaic on the front cover, gilt top, uncut, by Canape. 



314 HALS, Frans. 

Fkans Hals. 1580 (?) -1666. Par Josephin Peladan. 
With 60 jihotogravure illustrations. 4to. Paris: Goupil 
^O^. 1912. 

Japax-paper Copy. No. 10 of 75 copies on Japanese vellum, 
with the frontispiece and 3 other phites in colors and the plates in 
three states. 

Full wine-colored crushed levant morocco, with a gold-tooled 
panel on covers, gilt top, uncut, by Durvand. 

315 HAMERTON, Philip Gilbert. 

A Collected Set of the Works of Philip Gilbert 
Hamerton, as follows : 

The Sylvan Year. Leaves from the Note- 



Book of Raoiil Dubois. With 8 etchings. Fourth Edition. 
London. 1887. 

French and English: A Comparison. Lon- 



don. 1889. 

— ■ — — Thoughts About Art. New Edition, Revised, 
with Notes and an Introduction. London. 1889. 

Human Intercourse. London. 1893. 

— — ■ — The Intellectual Life. Etched frontispiece. 



London. 1895. 



The Life of J. M. W. Turner, R.A. New 

Edition. Illustrated. London. 1895. 

Imagination in Landscape Painting. With 



many Illustrations. New Edition. London. 1896. 
Together, 7 volumes. 12mo. London, v. d. 
Full calf, gilt edges, by Zaehnsdorf. 



31 G IIAMERTON, Philip Gilbert. 

Etching and Etchers. A Xew Edition. Illustrated. 
4to. London. 187G. 

Extra-Illustkatki), by the in-surtiun of 68 etchings, by 
Meissonier, Seymour Haden, Jongkind, Veyrasset, Appian, Unger, 
Israel, IMeryon, Lalauze, and others. 

Full dark blue crushed levant morocco, Janseniste, with inside 
borders of filleted lines, gilt top, uncut, by Taffin. 

317 HAMERTON, Philip Gilbert. 

Etching and Etchers. Another Copy. Third Edition. 
4to. London. 1880. 

Three Volumes. 

Extra-Illustrated, and extended to 3 volumes, with extra- 
titles, by the insertion of 130 rare prints, by and after Diirer, 
Rembrandt, Vandervelde, Ostade, Waterlo, Claude, Lalauze, 
Meyron, Millet, Corot, Meissonier, Jacquemart, Jongkind, Sey- 
mour Haden, Gravesande, Legros, Hamerton, Potter, Detaille, 
Chifflart, Appian, Jacque, Callot, Gilli, Ruysdael, Cruikshank, 
Turner, Palmer, and Van S'Gravesande. 

Full dark green cinished levant morocco, Janseniste, gold- 
tooled inside edges, gilt top, uncut, by Taffin. 

318 HAMERTON, Philip Gilbert. 

Landscape. By Philip Gilbert Hamerton. With Orig- 
inal Etchings and many Illustrations from Pictures and 
Drawings. Folio. London. 1885. 

No. 295 of 500 copies on Large-paper. 

Full dark blue crushed levant morocco, with gold-tooled sides 
and back after the manner of Derome, gold-tooled inside edges, 
gilt top, uncut, by Stikeman. 

319 HAMERTON, Philip Gilbert. 

ISIan in Art. Studies in Rehgious and Historical Art, 
Portrait, and Genre. By Philip Gilbert Hamerton. With 
46 Plates in Line-Engraving, Mezzotint, Photogravure, 



[319 Co7itinued'] 

Hyalography, Etching, and Wood-Engraving. Folio. 
London. 1892. 

Full blue ci'ushed levant morocco, with borders and panels of 
filleted lines, and rose clusters, gold-tooled inside edges, gilt top, 
uncut, by Stikeman. 

320 HARDY, Thomas. 

A Collected Set^ in First Editions^ of the Works of 
Thomas Hardy^ as follows : 

Desperate Remedies. A Novel. 12mo. Lon- 



don, 1871. 

Three Volumes. 

— Under the Greenwood Tree. A Rural Paint- 



ing of the Dutch School. By the Author of "Desperate 
Remedies." 12mo. London. 1872. 

Two Volumes. 

A Pair of Blue Eyes. A Novel. By Thomas 



Hardy, Author of "Under the Greenwood Tree," "Des- 
perate Remedies," etc. 12mo. London. 1873. 

Three Volumes. 

— ■ — - — Far from the Madding Crowd. Bv Thomas 



Hardy, Author of "A Pair of Blue Eyes." With 12 il- 
lustrations. 8vo. London. 1874. 

Two Volumes. 

The Hand of Ethelberta. A Comedy in 



Chapters. By Thomas Hardy, Author of "Far from the 
JNIadding Crowd," etc. With 11 illustrations. 8vo. Lon- 
don. 1876. 

Two Volumes. 

— The Return of the Native. By Thomas 



Hardy, Author of "Far from the Madding Crowd." 8vo. 
London. 1878. 

Three Volumes. 



[320 Continued] 

The Trumpet-Major. A Tale. By Thomas 

Hardy. 12mo. London. 1880. 

Three Volumes. 

A Laodicean; or. The Castt.e of the De 



Stancys. a Story of To-day. By Thomas Hardy. 
12mo. London. 1881. 

Three Volumes. 

Two on a Tower: A Romance. By Thomas 



Hardy, Author of "Far from the Madding Crowd," "The 
Trumpet-Major," etc. 12mo. London. 1882. 

Three Volumes. 

The Mayor of Casterbridge : The Life and 



Death of a Man of Character. By Thomas Hardy. 
12mo. London. 1886. 

Two Volumes. 

— ■ The WooDLANDERS. By Thomas Hardy, r2mo. 



London. 1887. 

Three Volumes. 

Wessex Tales: Strange, Livel}-, and Common- 



place. By Thomas Hardy, Author of "The Woodlanders," 
etc. 12mo. London. 1888. 

Two Volumes. 

A Group of Xoble D A:\rEs. Bv Thomas 



Hardy. 12mo. London. 1891. 

Tess of the D'Urbervilles: A Pure Woman 



Faithfully Presented. By Thomas Hard\^ 12mo. Lon- 
don. 1891. 

Three Volumes. 

Life's Litti,e Ironies: A Set of Tales with 



Some Colloquial Sketches, Entitled A Few Crusted Char- 
acters. Bv Thomas Hardy. 12mo. London. 1894. 



[320 Continued] 

JuDE THE Obscure. By Thomas Hardy. With 

an Etching by H. Macbeth-Raeburn, and a ]Maj) of Wes- 
sex. 12mo. London. 1896. 

Wessex Poems; and Other Verses. Bv Thomas 



Hardy. With 30 illustrations by the Author. 8vo. Lon- 
don. 1898. 

Together, 38 volumes. London, v. d., v. s. 

Half light green calf, gilt top, uncut, by Zaehnsdorf. 

321 HARE, Augustus J. C. 

A Collected Set or the Works or Augustus J. C. 
Hare^ as follows: 

Cities of Xortherx Italy. London. [1883.] 

Two Volumes. 

Sketches in Holland and Scandinavia. 



London. [1884.] 

Days Near Rome. London. [1884.] 

Two Volumes. 

South- Western France. London. 1890. 

North-Eastern France. London. 1890. 

South-Eastern France. London. 1890. 

Memorials of a Quiet Life. London. 1890. 

Two Volumes. 

With a supplementary volume added, containing 57 photo- 
graphs, including family portraits, and scenes connected with Hare's 
life, mostly after drawings and paintings by the autlior. 

The Story of Two Xobi>e Lives: being 

Memorials of Charlotte, Countess Canning, and Louisa, 
INIarchioness of Waterford. London. 1893. 

Three Volumes. 



[321 Continued] 

The Life and Letters of Frances, Baroness 

BuNSEN. London. 1 804. 

Two Volumes. 

Walks in London. London. 1894. 

Two Volumes. 

The Gurneys of Earlham. London. 1895. 

Two Volumes. 

Biographical Sketches: being Memorials of 

Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, Dean of Westminster; Henry 
Alford, Dean of Canterbury; Mrs. Duncan Stewart, etc. 
London. 1895. 

North- Western France. (Xormandy and 

Brittany.) London. 1895. 

— The Story of My Life. London. 1896-1900. 

Six Volumes. 

Sussex. London. 1896. 

Venice. With map and 23 woodcuts. Lon- 



don. 1896. 

Florence. With map and 22 woodcuts. Lon- 
don. 1896. 

Wanderings in Spain. London. 1896. 

The Riviera. With 67 woodcuts. London. 

1897. 

■ Walks in Rome. London. 1897. 

Two Volumes. 

Cities of Southern Italy and Sicily. Lon- 
don, n. d. 

Cities of Central Italy. London, n. d. 

Two Volumes. 



[321 Continued] 

— Days near Paris. London, n. d. 

— Studies in Russia. London, n. d. 



Paris. London, n. d. 

Together, 41 volumes. Profusely Illustrated. Some 
of the volumes 16mo, but all bound in 12mo. London: 
George Allen, v. d. 

Half red crushed levant morocco, with decorations of roses, 
leaves and filleted lines, gilt edges, by Worsfold. 

322 HAYWARD, Abraham. 

A Collected Set of the Works of Abraham Hay- 
ward, as follows: 

■ Biographical and Critical Essays. Reprinted 

from Reviews, with Additions and Corrections. 8vo. Lo7i- 
don. 1858. 

Two Volumes. 

Autobiography, Letters, and Literary Re- 
mains OF Mrs. Piozzi (Thrale) . Edited with Xotes and 
an Introductory Account of her Life and Writings by A. 
Hayvv^ard, Esq., Q. C. Portrait. 12mo. Second Edition. 
London. 1861. 

Two Volumes. 

Biographical and Critical Essays. Re- 
printed from Reviews, with Additions and Corrections. A 
New Series. 8vo. Second Edition. London. 1873. 

Two Volumes. 

Biographical and Critical Essays. Reprinted 

from Reviews, with Additions and Corrections. Tliird 
Series. 8vo. London. 1874. 

Sketches of Eminent Statesmen and Writ- 



ers; With Other Essays. 8vo. London. 1880. 

Two Volumes. 



[322 Continued] 

A Selection from the Correspondence of 

Abraham Hayward, Q.C. From IH.'M- to 1884. With an 
Account of his Early Life. Edited by Henry E. Car- 
lisle. 12nio. London. 188G. 

Two Volumes. 
Together, 11 volumes. London, v. d., v. s. 
Full polished calf, gilt top, uncut, by Zaohnsdorf. 

323 HEXKY IV. 

The History of Henry IV. (Surnamed "The Great") , 
King of France and Navarre. Translated from the French. 
8vo. London. 1896. 

One of .5 extra copies printed on Japanese vellum, and not 
offered for sale. 

Full blue cruslied levant morocco, with sprays of laurel and 
flcur-dc-lis in gold, doublure and flies of red silk, gilt top, uncut. 

324 HERRICK, Robert. 

Poems chosen out of the Works of Robert Herrick. 
[Colophon.] Edited by F. S. Ellis from the text of the 
edition put forth by the Author in 1648. 8vo. Printed by 
William Morris, at the Kelmscott Press, Upjier Mall, 
Hammersmith, Ijondon, W., and finished on the 21st day 
of November, 189.5. Sold by William Morris at the Kelm- 
scott Press. 

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rose and leaf design tooled in gold on sides, back, and inside corners, 
doublure and flies of vellum, edges gilt on the rough, by the Doves 
Binder}'. 

325 HERRICK, Robert. 

The Hesperides and Noble Numbers. Edited by Al- 
fred Pollard, with a Preface by A. C. Swinburne. 16mo. 
London. 1897. 

Two Volumes. 

Full green crushed levant morocco, with borders of filleted 
lines, tooled in gold, gilt edges, by Mercier. 



326 [HEYWOOD, Thomas.] 

The Life of ]Merlix, Sirnamed Ambrosius. His 
ProiDhesies and Predictions Interpreted; and their truth 
made good by our Enghsh Annalls. Being a Chrono- 
graphicall History of all the Kings, and memorable pass- 
ages of this Kingdome, from Brute to the Reigne of our 
Royall Soveraigne, King Charles. A Subject never pub- 
hshed in this kind before, and deserves to be knowne and 
observed by all men. [Latin quotation.] Small 4to. 
London : Printed by J. Okes, and are to he sold by Jasper 
Emery in Paul's Church-yard, at the signe of the Eagle 
and Child, neare St. Austins Gate. 1641. 

First Editiox, with a frontispiece engraved by Hollar, con- 
taining a portrait, with verses below. 

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covered with inlaid leather and gold-tooling, on the extreme edges 
is a naiTow border of inlaid black leather, and another of inlaid 
white morocco ; the center consists of elaborate scrolls inlaid in black 
morocco, issuing from demon heads inlaid in brown morocco, edges 
gilt on the rough, by Riviere. 

327 HOGARTH, William. 

The Works of William Hogarth. An Extraordinary 
Assemblage of the Graj^hic Works of this famous Painter 
and Satirist, showing him in different Artistic Phases. In 
all over 850 Plates, a large portion being proofs in the 
earlier impressions, and in the many different states. All 
either mounted or inlaid on heavy hand-made paper. 

Together, 10 volumes. Folio, and atlas folio. 

A UNIQUE couuECTiox, and, without doubt, the most complete 
Hogarth collection in America. 

The more prominent engravings include : 

Numerous portraits of Hogarth : Hogarth with a dog, profile 
to left ; the same, by A. Smith, profile to right, in 2 states ; Hogarth 
painting Comedy, first and fifth states, with a fine mezzotint of the 
same in folio size, by Townley ; Hogarth, by himself, etched by 
Ireland ; and a large collection of curious portraits of Hogarth ; 



[327 Continued^ 

portraits of John Wilkes, Esq.; Daniel Locke, Esq., etched by 

McArdcll; Capt. Coram; John Brouf^hton ; ?/Ir. Pine, 4 states; Mar- 
tin Koikes; H. Fielding, 2 states; Lady Byron; Samuel Butler; Dr. 

Thomas Herring; Jacobus Gibbs, 2 states; etc.; Hogai'th's 

book-plate, invitation cards, etc. ; Five Orders of Periwigs, 2 

states; A Series of 19 Illustrations, after the manner of Callot; 

A Series of 12 Illustrations to Mudibras, 2 states; The 

Apostate Parson; Beggar's Opera; — — The Bruiser, 3 states; 

LTndertaker's ; The Lottery ; Puggs Graces ; • 

France, 2 plates ; Shrimps, Whey, and Pies ; The Weighing 

House; I^ovat's Ghost; Illustrations to "Don Juan" and 

"Don Quixote" ; — Analysis of Beauty, 3 states ; The Political 

Clyster, the (julliver sup})ressed plates in 2 states; Mystery of 

Masonry, 2 states ; Harlot's Progress, 6 plates in 2 states, with 

the rare series of the same, engraved by Cooper; -The Rake's 

Progress, 2 states, plate I in 3 states, and another set of the same 

with the design reversed, published by Bakewell ; Marriage a-la- 

Mode, 1st and 2d states, with a series of very large etchings of the 

same; Industry and Idleness, 12 plates in 2 states; Four 

Stages of Cruelty, with a duplicate set engraved on wood ; 

Beer Street, 4 states ; Gin Lane, 2 states ; Woman Swear- 
ing Her Child on a Grave Citizen, a mezzotint in 2 states ; Taste 

in High Life, 3 states ; Midnight Modern Conversation, 4 

states ; Distressed Poet, 3 states ; Enraged Musician, 2 

states ; Four Times of the Day, 2 states ; Election Enter- 
tainment, etc., 2d and 3d states; Paul Before Felix, 5 states; 

Moses Before Pharoah's Daughter, 4 states ; Good Samari- 
tan, 2 states ; Pool of Bethesda, 2 states ; Henry VIII, 2 

states ; Royal ^Masquerade, 2 states ; Garrick in the Green 

Room, a very rare mezzotint; Sigismonda, 4 different plate 

etchings ; No Old Baby, 2 states ; Sarah Malcolm, 5 states ; 

and includes the proof before "etc., sculpsit" was introduced, which 

is very fine and excessively rare ; The Indian Emperor, 2 states ; 

IMarch of the Guards, 2 states ; Roast Beef of Old England, 

3 states ; The Politician ; A IMedley, a copy of a unique 

print ; The Lady's Last Stake ; Garrick as Richard III ; 

Sancho, an original print ; The Bench ; Sleepy Con- 
gregation, one of the plates being very rare; Satan, Sin, and 

Death; etched by Rowlandson, with proof of the same; 

The Discover}" of a Black Woman in Bed, a very rare and fine 
print ; Strolling Actresses Dressing in a Barn ; Letter-press 



[327 Continued] 

of "Five Days' Peregrination," 1782 ; "Sketches from Hogarth, by 
Mr. Livesay," 23 reproductions, 1788 ; "Hogai-th's Tour," en- 
gravings by Livesay ; and the titles for "Analysis of Beauty," 1753 ; 

etc., etc. ; Also, many caricatures, views, sketches, etc., etc. 

Full dark green crushed levant morocco, with gold-tooled 
comers, decorated back and Inside edges, gilt top, uncut, by TafRn. 

328 HOGARTH, William. 

William Hogarth. By Austin Dobson. With an In- 
troduction on Hogarth's Workmanship by Sir Walter 
Armstrong. With plates in photogravure and facsimile. 
4to. London. 1902. 

Three Volumes. 

Edition-de-luxe, with a du})licate set of the plates in photo- 
gravure on India paper, limited to 110 sets, and with a triplicate 
set of plates in photogravure on Japanese paper, limited to 30 sets, 
each bound in a separate volume. The illustrations number 70 in 
all ; sixty in photogravure and ten in lithographic facsimile. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, with an elaborate flowing pat- 
tern tooled in gold on the covers, with flowers and buds inlaid in 
purple morocco, doublure of green crushed levant morocco, with a 
border of conventionalized lilies tooled in gold, flies of green watered- 
silk, gilt top, uncut, by Morrell. 

328A HOLE, S. Reynolds. 

Our Gardens. By S. Reynolds Hole, Author of "A 
Book about Roses." 8vo. London. 1899. 

Large-paper Copy, No. 27 of 150 copies on hand-made paper, 
and signed by the author. With 10 illustrations in photogravure 
and half-tone, and a frontispiece in colors. 

Full olive green crushed levant morocco, with a lily inlaid in 
white levant, and gold-tooled lily leaves in the lower part of the 
front cover, and with roses inlaid in red levant and gold-tooled leaves 
in the upper corners of the front cover, doublure and flies of green 
silk, gilt top, uncut, by Zachnsdorf. 

329 HOLINSHED [or, Hollingshead], RapHxVEll. 

The Chronicles of England, Scotlande, and Ire- 
lande. Conteyning: — The Description and Chronicles of 



[329 Continued] 

England, from the I'irst Inhabiting unto the Conquest. — 
The Deseriptioii and Chronicles of Scotland, from the First 
Originall of the Scottes Nation, till the yeare of our Lord 
]571. — The Description and Chronicles of Yrelande, like- 
wise from the First Originall of that Nation, until 1 the 
yeare 1547. Faithfully gatheictl and set forth, by Raphaell 
Holinshed. Folio. At London: Imjmnted for George 
Bishop land John Haris on]. 1577. God Save the Queene. 

Two Volumes. 

First Edition, and a remarkably fine copy- Illustrated with 
many fine woodcut engravings ; portraits of tlie various monarchs ; 
and containing a large folding map of Edinburgh, which is very 
rarely found, on pp. 18fi8-1869; also -t separate titles, with wood- 
cut borders. This volume, although bearing the date 1577, was 
not licensed till July 1, 1578, and then printed.. Some copies bear 
the imprint of John Harison, others, Luke or Lucas Harison, or 
John Hunne, or George Bishop. But all the copies were printed 
by Henry Bynneman. This is sometimes called the "Shakespeare" 
edition, because it was used by the poet. 

Full olive crushed levant morocco, with gold and blind tooling, 
edges gilt on the rough, by Riviere. 

330 HOLMES, C. J. 

Constable and His Influence on Landscape Paint- 
ing. By C. J. Holmes. With Seventy-seven Photograv- 
ure Plates. 4to. Westminster. 1902. 

Japax-paper Copy. No. XV of 50 copies, with a duplicate set 
of the photogravure plates. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, with the covers elaborately 
gold-tooled In the Eve style with an open central panel, doublure 
of green crushed levant, inside borders of red crushed levant with 
simple gold-tooled lines, flies of green watered-silk, gilt top, uncut, 
by Morrell. 

331 HORNIER. 

HoMERi Opera, Gr^ce. Editio Princeps. Florentice: 
sumptihiis Bernardi et Ncrii Nerliorum. 1488. Foho. 

Two Volumes. 



[331 Conthiued] 

First Edition of the Iliad and Odyssey. From the Peel 
library. A remarkably large, sound, and clean copy, with a few 
blank margins repaired, the paper and presswork being of the most 
beautiful description. This work contains two prefaces, one in 
Latin by Bernardus Nerlius, the other by Chalcondyles, in Greek, 
the biography of Homer by Herodotus, and the prefix of Plutarch's 
Life of tlie poet. The Iliad begins on the recto of the 43d leaf, 
ending on the verso of the 206th leaf. The second volume contains 
the Odyssey, without a preface, in 161 leaves, and is followed by 
the Batrachomyomachia, occupying four leaves, the Hymns fol- 
lowing, and then the colophon. 

Full russia, extra, gold-tooled back, edges gilt on the rough. 

332 HOMER. 

The Iliads of Homeb, Prince of Poets. Neuer before 
in any language truely translated. With a Coment uppon 
some of his chief e places; Donne according to the Greeke. 
By Geo. Chapman. At London, printed for Nathaniell 
Butter, n. d. [1611, or early in 1612.] Folio. 

First Complete English Edition of the 24 Books of the 
Iliads, printed by Richard Field. This copy is in perfect condition, 
with the engraved title by William Hole, the "Errata," and the six 
leaves of additional poems at the end. 

Full dark green crushed levant morocco, decorated with a 
border of fuchsia buds inlaid in red morocco, comers of water-lilies 
and lily-pads in white and green leathers, with a dotted back- 
ground ; in the center panel a tree with a large laurel wreath inlaid 
in brown, blue, and green moroccos, enclosing a wreath of red 
fuchsias, all surrounding a bust of Homer inlaid in white on a light 
blue ground, below a ribbon with the title on green morocco, gilt 
edges, by Riviere. 

333 HOMER. 

The Whole Works of Homer; Prince of Poetts, In 
his Iliads, and Odj^sses. Translated according to the 
Greeke, by Geo. Chapman. [Quotation in Latin.] Folio. 
At London, printed for Nathaniell Butter. [1616.] 

First Complete Edition of the English Translation of 
Homer ; a clean, sound, and beautiful copy. Two parts bound in one 
volume. With fine Impressions of the engi'aved title-pages to both 



[333 Cuntiniu'd] 

parts, that to the Iliad hearing- the portrait of Chapiuaii, a.'tat. 57, 
on the reverse, also the engraved plate in memory of Prince Henry. 
The engraved title-page to the Odyssey found in this copy is of 
excessive rarity, for when the two parts were issued together in 
this form it was usually suppressed, the first title serving for the 
whole book. 

Full dark red crushed levant morocco, gold-tooled sides and 
back, gilt edges, by Lloyd and Wallis. 

33J< HOOD, Thomas. 

A Collected Set of the Works of Thomas Hoon in 
THE First Editions, as follows: 

Odes and Addresses to Great People. 16mo. 

London: Printed for Bahhvin, Cradoch, i§ Joy. 182.5. 

Whims and Oddities, In Prose and Verse, with 

Forty Original Designs. By Thomas Hood, one of the 
Authors of Addresses to Great People, and the Designer 
of the Progress of Cant. 12mo. London: Lupton Relfe, 
13, Cornhill. 1826. 

With woodcuts. 

• The Same. Second Series. 12mo. London: 

Charles Tilt, 86, Fleet Street. With woodcuts. 1827. 

National Tales. By Thomas Hood, Author 

of "Whims and Oddities." 8vo. London: William H. 

Ainstcorth, Old Bond Street. 1827. 

Two Volumes. 
With illustrations b}^ T. Dighton. 

The Plea of the ^Midsummer Fairies, Hero 

and Leander, Lycus the Centaur, and Other Poems. By 
Thomas Hood. 12mo. London. 1827. 

— ■ — — The Comic Annual. By Thomas Hood, Esq. 
16mo. London. 1830-1842. 

Together, 11 volumes. 
With the original covers preserved. These volumes contain 
illustrations and vignettes by Cruikshank, Branston, Harvey, Hood, 
Hewitt, Scott, Gilbert, Leech, and others. 



[334 Continued] 

The Dream of Eugene Aram, the Mur- 
derer. By Thomas Hood, Esq. With designs by W. 
Harvey. 12mo. London. 1831. 

With the original covers preserved, and with 5 full-page wood- 
cut illustrations. 

—^ The Comic Scrap Book. With 5 full-page 



woodcut illustrations. 32mo. London. 1834. 

Tylxey Hall. By Thomas Hood. 8vo. Lon- 



don. 1834. 

Three Volumes. 

Up the Rhine. By Thomas Hood. 12mo. 



London. 1840. 

With illustrations, and the original covers preserved. 

■ Whimsicalities: A Periodical Gathering. 

By Thomas Hood, Author of "The Comic Annual," 
"Whims and Oddities," etc. With Numerous Illustra- 
tions, from Designs by Leech. 12mo. London. 1844. 

Two Volumes. 

With the original covers preserved. 

Poems. By Thomas Hood. 16mo. London: 



Edtcard Moxon, Dover Street. 1846. 

Two Volumes. 

Witli the oi-iginal cover titles preserved. 

Poems of Wit and Humor. By Thomas Hood. 



16mo. London: Edtcard Moxon, Dover Street. 1847. 
With the original covers preserved. 

Memorials of Thomas Hood. Collected, Ar- 
ranged, and Edited by his Daughter. With a Preface 
and Notes by his Son. Illustrated with Copies from his 
own sketches. 12mo. London. 1860. 

Two Volumes. 
With the original covers preserved. 



[334 Continued'] 

Together, 30 volumes. Loridun. r. p., v. d., v. s. 

Hood was an editor of the "London Ma<i;azinc," the "New 
Monthly Magazine," the "Gem," and a frequent contributor to 
"Punch." He possessed more wit, fun, and humor than any man 
of his time. 

Full red cruslicd levant morocco, with gold-tooled backs, gilt 
top, uncut, with the original covers preserved, by Riviere. 

335 HOOD, Thomas. 

Miss Kilmansegg and Hek Precious Leg; A Golden 
Legend. By Thomas Hood. "With 60 Illustrations by 
Thomas S. Seccombe, R.A. Engraved by F. Joubert. 
4to. London. 18T0. 

Full blue crushed levant morocco, with decorative panels, 
borders, and inside edges gold-tooled, gilt edges, with the original 
blue picture covers preserved, by Riviere. 

336 HORACE. 

The Works of Quintus Horatius Flaccus. Illus- 
trated chiefly from the remains of Ancient Art. With a 
Life. By the Rev. Henry Hart ]Milman. 8vo. London. 
1849. 

' First Editiox, illustrated by 300 beautiful woodcuts of coins, 
gems, bas-reliefs, statues, views, etc., taken from the antique, and 
drawn on wood by George Scharf, Jr., with the ornaments and 
borders designed by Owen Jones, in color. 

Full yellow crushed levant morocco, with gold-tooled borders 
on sides of lilies and leaves, gilt edges, by Riviere. 

337 HOR^ BEAT^ Marine Virginis, cum Calendario. 

A Fifteenth-Century Manuscript on Vellum; the 
"Hours" in Latin, with the Calendar in Old French, and 
of Flemish workmanship. Finely written on 170 leaves 
comprising 340 pages, in large Gothic characters, in black. 
Containing 6 Full-page jNIiniatures, 20 Smaller ]Miniatures, 
258 Large Initials, and 1264 Small Initials, besides nu- 



[337 Contmued~\ 

merous borders, bands, and finials; all in colors with the 
backgrounds in burnished and heavy gold. 8vo. 

Unique fifteenth century MS. of "Heures" on vellum, the text 
beautifully executed by a Flemish scribe in Latin and French. 

This fine Gothic MS. contains, besides the numerous minia- 
tures, many pages surrounded by broad illuminated borders with 
birds, fruit, flowers, scrolls, grotesque animals, and conventional 
Gothic foliage, some of which is worked into geometrical orna- 
mentations, squares, triangles, etc. This copy is in a splendid 
state of preservation. 

Among the miniatures, which have delicately-painted land- 
scapes for their backgTounds, may be mentioned : "St. Mark Read- 
ing the Gospel" ; "Madonna and Child with Angels" ; "Virgin and 
Christ" ; "The Annunciation" ; "The Visitation" ; "The Nativity" ; 
"Adoration of the W^ise Men" ; "Presentation in the Temple" ; "The 
Flight into Egypt" ; "The Crucifixion," and "The Trinity." 

Full brown crushed levant morocco, on the covers of which are 
inlaid the panels of a fine old Italian calf binding, with well-pre- 
served borders and center-pieces of scrolls in gold, a beautiful ex- 
ample of \'cnetian sixteenth century binding, edges gilt on the 
rough, with golden clasps of a Venetian design. 

338 HOURS. 

UiTizio BELLA B. V. Maria. Secoudo la Volgata Edi- 
zione. Glossa Latina. Parafrasi Italiana, e Dissertazione 
Liturgica di Saverio Mattel. 12mo, Siena. [1777.] 
Presso Pazzini Carli. Con Approvazione. 

With an engraved title-page, and 8 beautifully engraved illus- 
trations. 

Elaborately bound in a contemporary Italian mosaic binding, 
with inlays of colored mica, held in place by bands of black leather, 
on a ground of white morocco with gold pointille, with an oval 
miniature in the center of each cover, that on the front cover con- 
taining a representation of a fortress and a ship riding at anchor 
with motto; on the back cover, a picture of a ship lying alongside 
a wharf, gilt edges. 



338A— HOUSMAN, Laurence. 

All-Felloavs. Seven Legends of Lower Redemption, 
with insets in verse. By Laurence Plousmun. With 8 
illustrations. 8vo. London. 1896. 

l*'!!!! red cruslicd levant morocco, with back and sides covered 
with a graceful design of bcllflowers, gilt edges, by Miss Le 
Lacheur. 

339 HUGHES, William. 

The American Physitian ; or, A Treatise of the Roots, 
Plants, Trees, Shrubs, Fruit, Herbs, etc., Growing in the 
English Plantations in America, Describing the Place, 
Time, Xames, Kindes, Temperature, Vertues, and Uses of 
them, either for Diet, Physick, etc. Whereunto is added 
A Discourse of the Cacao-Nut-Tree, and the Use of its 
Fruit; with all the w^ays of making Chocolate. The like 
never extant before. By W. Hughes. 12mo. London: 
Printed by J. C. for William Crook, at the Green Dragon 
without Temple-Bar. 1672. 

FiKST Edition, and exceedingly rare, the volume not being 
mentioned in Stevens' Nuggets. 

Full brown ciiished levant morocco, with wide inlaid borders of 
green morocco, and with flowers in yellow and red inlaid leathers 
with gold pointillc, title on side, gilt edges, by Riviere. 

340 HUNT, Leigh. 

A Collected Set of the Works of James Henry 
Leigh Hunt, in the First Editions, as follows: 

Juvenilia: or, a Collection of Poems. Writ- 
ten between the ages of twelve and sixteen, by J. H. L. 
Hunt, Late of the Grammar School of Christ's Hospital. 
And dedicated, by permission, to the Hon. J. H. Leigh. 
Containing ]Miscellanies, Translations, Sonnets, Pastorals, 
Elegies, Odes, Hymns, and Anthems. 8vo. London: 
Printed by J. Whiting, Finsbury Place. 1801. 

With an engraved frontispiece by Bartolozzi. This book of 
verse, collected by his father, was published when the author was 
but sixteen years of age. 



[340 Continued'] 

— — — Classic Tales: Serious and Lively. With 
Critical Essays on the Merits and Reputation of the Au- 
thors. 16mo. London. 1806-7. 

Five Volumes. 
- — Critical Essays on the Performeks of the 



London Theatres; including General Observations on 
the Practice and Genius of the Stage. By the Author of 
the Theatrical Criticisms in the weekly paper called the 
News. 12mo. London. 1807. 

The Reformist's Answer to the Article en- 



titled "State of Parties," in the last Edinburgh Review. 
(No. 30.) By the Editor of The Examiner, in which paper 
it first appeared. 8vo. London. 1810. 

Presentation Copy. With "Mr Barron Field, xcith the Au- 
thor's Regards," written on title. 

The Prince on St. Patrick^s Day. Re- 



printed from The Examiner Weekly Newspaper, of Sun- 
day, March 22, 1812. 8vo. London. [1812.] 

"The Examiner" was a Sunday paper edited by Hunt for 13 
years, and to which he contributed largely. This article, and the 
previous attack on the Prince, resulted in the Hunt brothers im- 
prisonment. 

The King v. John and Leigh Hunt. A Re- 



port of the Trial, "The King v. John and Leigh Hunt," 
for a Libel on the Prince Regent, before Lord Ellenbor- 
ough and a Special Jury, at the Sittings in the Court of 
King's Bench, Westminster, on Wednesday, December 9, 
1812. Taken in Short Hand by an eminent Barrister. 
8vo. London : Printed and Sold hij M. Jones, No. 5, New- 
gate Street. 1812. 



[340 Continued'] 

The Feast of the Poets; with Notes, and 

Other Pieces in Verse. By the Editor of The Examiner. 
16mo. London. Printed for James Cawthorn, Cocks pur 
Street. 1814. 

With tlic original wrappers and advertisements preserved. 

The Same. Another copy. IGmo. London. 



1814. 

— The Descent of Liberty, A Mask. By Leigh 

Hunt. 12mo. London: Printed for Gale, Curtis, and 
Fenner, Paternoster Row. 1815. 

— The Story of Rimini, A Poem. By Leigh 



Hunt. 16mo. London: Printed hy T. Davison, White- 
friars. 181G. 

An Address to that Quarterly Reviewer 



who touched upon Mr. Leigh Hunt's "Story of Ri- 
mini."' 8vo. London : Published hy R. Jennings, No. 2, 
Poultry. 1816. 

Foliage; or, Poems Original and Translated. 



By Leigh Hunt. 16mo. London: Printed for C. and J. 
Oilier, Welheck Street. 1818. 

Amyntas, a Tale of the Woods; from the Ital- 



ian of Torquato Tasso. By Leigh Hunt. 16mo. Lon- 
don: Printed for T. and J. Allman, Prince's Street, Han- 
over-Square. 1820. 

With a frontispiece portrait. 

The Months: Descriptive of the Successive 



Beauties of the Year. By Leigh Hunt. 16mo. London. 
1821. 

With the original wrappers preserved. 



[340 Continued^ 

The Indicator. By Leigh Hunt. 8vo. Lon- 
don. 1822. 

This volume contains Vol. 1, Nos. 1-51, October 13, 1819-Sep- 
tember 27, 1820. Vol. II, Nos. 1-76, October 11, 1820-Marcli 21, 
1821, which is complete as far as Leigh Hunt's connection with it 
went. 

The Liberal. Verse and Prose from the South. 



Svo. London. 1822-3. 

Two Volumes. 

With the original brown wrappers preserved. 

- — Ultra-Crepidarius: a Satire on Wilham Gif- 

ford. By Leigh Hunt. 8vo. London. 1823. 

The Literary Examiner: Consistinff of The 



Indicator, a Review of Books, and Miscellaneous Pieces in 
Prose and Verse. 8vo. Loiidon. 1823. 

This volume contains Vol. I, Nos. 1-26, July 5, 1823-Decem- 
ber 27, 1823. 

Bacchus in Tuscany. A Dithyrambic Poem, 



from the Italian of Francesco Redi, with Notes Original 
and Select. By Leigh Hunt. 16mo. London. 1825. 

The Companion. By Leigh Hunt. Svo. Lon- 



don. 1828. 

This volume contains Vol. I, Nos. 1-29, January 9, 1828-July 
23, 1828. 

Lord Byron and Some of His Contempor- 
aries : With Recollections of the Author's Life, and of his 
Visit to Italy. By Leigh Hunt. Second Edition. 8vo, 
London. 1828. 

Two Volumes. 
With portraits, and witli the original covers preserved. 

Christianism ; or^ Belief and Unbelief Rec- 
onciled; being Exercises and Meditations. 8vo. Not for 
sale: Only 75 Copies Printed. [London. 1832.] 



[340 Continued^ 

Sir Ralph Esiier: or, Adventures of a Gen- 
tleman of the Court of Charles II. 12mo. London. 
1832. 

Three Volumes. 

The Poetical Works of Leigh Hunt. 12mo. 



London: Edward Moccoii. 1832. 

The Indicator; and The Companion. A 



Miscellany for the Fields and the Fire-side. By Leigh 
Hunt. 12mo. London. 1834. 

Two Volumes. 

Leigh Hunt's London Journal. To assist 



the inquiring, animate the struggling, and sympathize with 
all. Vol. I. Wednesday, April 2, to Tuesday, December 
30, 1834. Vol. II. London Journal and the Printing 
Machine. From Wednesday, January 7, to Thursday, 
December 31, 183.5. Folio. London. 1834-1835. 

Two Volumes. 
Captain Sword and Captain Pen. A Poem. 



By Leigh Hunt. With some remarks on AVar and Mili- 
tary Statesmen. Square 12mo. London. 1835. 

Illustrated with 7 plates, and with the original covers pre- 
served. 



The Monthly Repository for 1837. Edited 

by Leigh Hunt. Enlarged Series. 8vo. London. 1837. 

Two Volumes. 

■ The Seer; or, Co^imon-Places Refreshed. 



By Leigh Hunt. In 2 parts. 8vo. London. 1840. 
With the original wrappers preserved. 

The Dramatic Works of Richard Brinsley 

Sheridan. With a Biograjihical and Critical Sketch. By 
Leigh Hunt. Large 8vo. London. 1840. 
With the original wrappers preserved. 



[34<0 Continued] 

A Legend of Florence: A Play. In Five 

Acts. By Leigh Hunt. 8vo. London. 1840. 
With the original wrappers preserved. 

The Poems of Geoffrey Chaucer, INIodern- 



IZED. 12mo. London. 1841. 

— The Palfrey: A Love-Story of Old Times. 

By Leigh Hunt. 8vo. London. 1842. 

With 6 illustrations, and with the original wrappers presei'ved. 

One Hundred Romances of Real Life. Se- 
lected and Annotated by Leigh Hunt. Comprising Re- 
markable Historical and Domestic Facts, Illustrative of 
Human Nature. Large 8vo. London. 1843. 

Illustrated with 7 woodcuts, and with the original covers pre- 
served. 

Imagination and Fancy; or, Selections from 

the English Poets, Illustrative of those First Requisites of 
their Art. With Markings of the Best Passages, Critical 
Notices of the Writers, and an Essay in answer to the ques- 
tion, "What is Poetry?" By Leigh Hunt. 12mo. Lon- 
don. 1844, 

With the original wrappers preserved. 

Tales from Boccaccio, with IModern Illustra- 



tions; and Other Poems. 12mo. London. 1846. 

— Stories from the Italian Poets: With the 



Lives of the Writers. By Leigh Hunt. 12mo. London. 
1846. 

Two Volumes. 

Wit and Humour, Selected from the English 



Poets. With an Illustrative Essay, and Critical Com- 
ments. By Leigh Hunt. 12mo. London. 1846. 



[340 Continued] 

Men, Women, and Books; A Selection of 

Sketches, Essays, and Critical Memoirs, from his Uncol- 
lected Prose Writings. By Leigh Hunt. 12mo. Lon- 
don. 1 847. 

Two Volumes. 

Witli a frontispiece portrait, engraved by Armytage after a 
miniature by Severn, and with the advertisements preserved. 

■ The Town; Its Memokable Characters and 

Events. By Leigh Hunt. St. Paul's to St. James's. 
With 45 Illustrations. 12mo. London. 1848. 

Two Volumes. 

With the original advertisements preserved. 

Readings for Railways; or. Anecdotes and 



Other Short Stories, Reflections, jNIaxims, Characteristics, 
Passages of Wit, Humour, and Poetry, etc. By Leigh 
Hunt. 16mo. London. [1849.] 
With the original covers preserved. 

A Book for a Corner; or. Selections in Prose 



and Verse from Authors the Best Suited to that Mode of 
Enjoyment. By Leigh Hunt. Illustrated with 80 wood- 
engravings. Square 16mo, London. 1849. 

Two Volumes. 

The Autobiography of Leigh Hunt; with 



Reminiscences of Friends and Contemporaries. 12mo. 
London. 1850. 

Three Volumes. 

Table-Talk. To which are added. Imaginary 



Conversations of Pope and Swift. By Leigh Hunt. 
Square 12mo. London. 1851. 

The Religion of the Heart: A Manual of 

Faith and Duty. By Leigh Hunt. 16mo. London. 
1853. 



[340 Continued^ 

Stoeies in Vekse. By Leigh Hunt. Now First 

Collected. With Illustrations. 16mo. London. 1855. 

The Old Coukt Suburb: or, Memorials of 



Kensington, Regal, Critical, and Anecdotical. By Leigh 
Hunt. 12mo. London. 1855. 

Two Volumes. 

A Saunter through the West End. By 



Leigh Hunt. 12mo. London. 1861. 

The Correspondence of Leigh Hunt. Edited 

by his Eldest Son. With a Portrait. 12mo. London. 
1862. 

Two Volumes. 

The Book of the Sonnet. Edited by Leigh 



Hunt and S. Adams Lee. 12mo. London. 1867. 

Two Volumes. 

• A Day by the Fire; and Other Papers, Hith- 



erto Uncollected. By Leigh Hunt. 12mo. London. 
18T0. 

Characteristics of Leigh Hunt^ as Exhibited 



in that Typical Literary Periodical, "Leigh Hunt's Lon- 
don Journal" (1834-35). With Illustrative Notes. By 
Launcelot Cross. 12mo. London. 1878. 

Essays by Leigh Hunt. Edited with Intro- 



duction and Notes, by Arthur Symons. 16mo. London. 
1887. 

■ A Tale for a Chimney Corner, and Other 



Essays. By Leigh Hunt. From the "Indicator," 1819- 
1821. Edited (With Introduction and Notes), by Ed- 
mund Oilier. With a frontispiece. 16mo. London, n. d. 
Together, 73 volumes. London, v. d., v. s. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, with gold-tooled back, gilt 
top, uncut, by Riviere. 



341 HUNT, I.EiGH. 

The Town; its Memorable Characters and Events. By 
Lei»h Ilnnt. St. Paul's to St. James's. With 4.) Illustra- 
tions. Folio. London. 1848. 

Two Volumes. 

First Edition. Inlaid to folio size. These volumes contain 
an account of London, but chieHy a history of remarkable charac- 
ters and events associated with its streets, between St. Paul's and 
St. James's. 

Extra-Illustrated, by the insertion of 200 })lates, of which 
53 are proofs on India paper; including portraits, after Kneller, 
Skelton, Walker, Oliver, Lely, Reynolds, Van Dyck, etc. ; 3 original 
drawings ; views, by Mackenzie, Boj'dell, Smirke, and Smith ; 15 
plates, printed in color, by Sutherland, Geo. Cruikshank, Macken- 
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the English Sovereigns and nobility ; also portraits of Holbein, 
Fischer, Bacon, Van Dyck, Dudley, Newton, Mrs. Piozzi, Catherine 
Hastings, Lady Jane Grey, Marie Stuart, Mozart, Cranmer, Cook, 
Gower, Inigo Jones, Milton, Hannah More, etc., etc., engraved after 
paintings by famous artists by Cecchi, Valck, Vertue, Harding, 
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plates, rare prints, and text illustrations. 

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gilt edges, by Riviere. 

342 HUNT, Leigh. 

The Autobiography of Leigh Hunt; with Reminis- 
cences of Friends and Contemporaries. 12mo. London. 
1850. 

Three Volumes. 

First Edition. With a frontispiece in each volume. 

Inserted in Volume I is an A. L. S. (3 pages) of Leigh Hunt 
to William Tait, Esq., 78, Prince's Street, Edinburgh, dated 
"March 17, 1832," which mentions his gratification for a certain 
Scotch gentleman's appi-eciation of "my fictitious bit of biog- 
raphy,'" and makes arrangements to contribute a series of "Indi- 
cator" articles to an Edinburgh magazine. 

Full red calf, gilt edges, by Zaehnsdorf. 



343 ICONOPHILES SOCIETY. 

Washington's Reception by the Ladies of Trenton. 
Together with the Chorus sung as he passed under the Tri- 
umphal Arch raised on the bridge over the Assunpink, 
April 21st, 1789. 4to. Published by the Society of Icono- 
philes. New York. 1903. 

Edition limited to 104 copies. With 4 illustrations. 

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by the Club Bindery. 

344 IRELAND, Alexander. 

The Book-Lovers' Enchiridion: A Treasury of 
Thoughts on the Solace and Companionship of Books. 
Gathered from the writings of the greatest thinkers, from 
Cicero, Petrarch, and Montaigne, to Carlyle, Emerson, and 
Ruskin. Square 8vo. London. 1888. 

Two Volumes. 

Large-paper Copy. Extra-Illustrated, and extended to two 
volumes, by the insertion of over 70 portraits of authors, book- 
lovers, and famous collectors, some being proof impressions ; en- 
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others. 

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345 [IRVING, Washington.] 

A History of New York, from the Beginning of the 
World to the End of the Dutch Dynasty. Containing 
Among many Surprising and Curious Matters, the Un- 
utterable Ponderings of Walter the Doubter, the Disas- 
trous Projects of William the Testy, and the Chivalric 
Achievements of Peter the Headstrong, the three Dutch 
Governors of New Amsterdam; being the only Authentic 



[345 Continued'\ 

History of the Times that ever huth heen, or ever will be 
Published. By Diedrich Knickerbocker. 16nio. Published 
hij In.skeep S^ Bradford, Nei<: York. 1809. 

Two Volumes. 

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346 IRVING, Washington. 

Voyages and Discoveries of the Companions or Co- 
lumbus. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1831. 

First Edition. Extra-Illustrated, by the insertion of 20 
plates; including an engraved portrait of Irving by Leslie; an 
original portrait of Columbus by Deveria ; portraits of Columbus 
by Ferine, Maudlinson, Scriven, Mercuri, ^lauvin, Fontaine, and 
others. 

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347 IRVIXG, Washington. 

Life of George Washington. Illustrated with por- 
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Six Volumes. 
First Edition. No. 12 of 110 copies. 

Unique. Extra-Illustrated, and extended to 6 volumes, by 
the insertion of over 250 rare prints, engraved title-pages, engrav- 
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tion ; battle scenes, views, etc., etc., among which are Thomson's 
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Irving"; Gimbrede's engi-aving of "Bunker Hill," after Trumbull; 
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St. Clair; a contemporary pei^petual Calendar containing a repro- 
duction of the original American flag in colors, and an engraving 



[347 Continued^ 

of Washington ; Kearny's engraving of "John Marshall" after 
Wood ; Smirke's "Cornwallis Surrendering to Washington" ; a rare 
French engraving of "Franklin" ; Sharp's engraving of "Thomas 
Paine" after Romney ; Desnoyers "Jefferson" ; and an artist's 
proof drawing in color of "Napoleon I" with the royal eagle 
stamped on the corner. 

VOLUME 6: AN ALBUM, containing: A. L. S. of Wash- 
ington Irving ; of Washington to Arthur Lee ; of Thos. Jefferson, 
Franklin, Samuel Adams, Hamilton, Nathaniel Green, Robert 
Morris, Charles Carroll, Howe, Burr, and Carleton. Also a cir- 
cular letter of Robert Livingston and A. L. S. of Knox, John Jay, 
Vergennes, Comte de Rochambeau, Lee, de Lavalette, Schuyler, 
Comte d'Estaing, Monroe ; a letter of Lafayette in English dated 
"Malvern Hill, July Tith, 1781," a letter of Lafayette in French, 
and many others. Also The Original Document of a Council 
OF War held by Washington, and signed by George Washington, 
Gates, Morgan, Kosciusko, and others. 

Also Washington Irving's Original MS. for Chapter 32 of 
the "Life of Washington," with tlie corrections and marginal notes. 
Also a rare emblematical plate (August, 1778) issued in commemo- 
ration of the naval battle of Brest, with a contemporary news- 
paper clipping giving an explanation. Also, rare prints of Wash- 
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XVI, d'Estaing, Green, Lee, Cornwallis, etc., etc., forming a unique, 
and extremel}' valuable collection. 

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348 IRVING, Washington. 

A Note-Book belonging to and in the Handwriting 
OF Washington Irving. It contains Extracts and Notes 
from numerous books, in prose and verse, but deals prin- 
cipally with the Arthurian and Charlemagne Romances, 
Legends, and Folk-lore. Original half-leather binding 
with blue-paper sides. With a protecting cover. 
In a brown morocco solander case. 



349 ITJVING, Washington. 

Rip Van Winkt,e and the Legend of Sleepy Hol- 
low. With 5li Illustrations by George Boughton, A.R.A. 
8vo. London. 1893, 

Large-paper Copy, one of 250 copies. With proofs of all the 
53 illustrjitions hy George H. I^oughton on India paper, and with 
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350 IRVING, Washington. 

The Works of Washington Irving, in the Joseph 
Jefferson Edition, as follows: 

■ — The Sketch-Book of Geoffrey Crayon, 



Gent. 

Tavo Volumes. 

Knickerbocker's History of New York. 

Two Volumes. 

The Alhambra. 

Two Volumes. 

Chronicle of the Conquest of Granada. 

Two Volumes. 

■ Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus; 

and the Voyages and Discoveries of the Companions of Co- 
lumbus. 

Five Volumes. 

Spanish Papers. 



■ Astoria, or. Anecdotes of an Enterprise beyond 

the Rocky JVIountains, 

Two Volumes. 



[350 Continuedl 

The Crayon Miscellany. 

Two Volumes. 

— The Adventures of Captain Bonneville, and 



Wolfert's Roost. 

Two Volumes. 

Life of George Washington. 

Eight Volumes. 

Mahomet and His Successors. 

Three Volumes. 

Reviews and Miscellanies. 

Salmagundi, or, The Whimwhams and Opinions 

of Launcelot Langstaff, Esq., and Others. By William 
Irving, James Kirke Paulding, and Washington Irving. 

Two Volumes. 

Tales of a Traveler. 

Two Volumes. 

Bracebridge Hall, or, The Humourists. 

Oliver Goldsmith. A Biograjjhy. 

Two Volumes. 
Together, 40 volumes. 8vo. G. P. Putnam's Sons, New 
York and London, n. d. 

Joseph Jeffeeson Edition. No. 144 of 250 numbered sets, 
autographed by Joseph Jefferson. 

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illustrations in all). Each page is surrounded by an emblematic 
border. 

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351 ITALIAX NOVELISTS. 

The Italian Novelists in English Translation, as 
follows : 

Master Francis Rabelais. Five Books of the 



Lives, Heroic Deeds, and Saj^ings of Gargantua and His 
Son PantagTuel. Translated into English hy Sir Thomas 
Urquhart of Cromarty and Peter Anthony Mottenx. 
With an Introduction by Anatole de Montaiglon. Illustra- 
tions by Louis Chalon. London. 1892. 

Two Volumes. 

— The Xights of Straparola. Now first trans- 



lated into English by W. G. Waters. Illustrated by E. R. 
Hughes, A.R.W.S. London. 1894. 

Two Volumes. 

No. 109 of an edition limited to 1000 copies. 

The Novellino of Masuccio. Now first trans- 



lated into English by W. G. Waters. Illustrated by E. R. 
Hughes, R.W.S. London. 1895. 

Two Volumes. 

No. 275 of an edition limited to 1000 copies. 

The Pecorone of Ser Giovanni. Now first 



translated into English by W. G. Waters. Illustrated by 

E. R. Hughes, R.W.S. London. 189T. 

No. 81 of an edition limited to 600 copies. 

Together, 7 volumes, v. d. Large 8vo. 

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Stikeman. 

352 JACKSON, Catherine Charlotte, Lady. 

A Complete Collected Set of her Works in the 
English editions, as follows: 



[352 Continued^ 

Old Paeis; Its Court and Literary Salons. 

By Catherine Charlotte, Lady Jackson. 12mo. London. 
1878. 

Six Volumes. 

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addition of 360 extra-illustrations including old views and rare 
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Marie Stuart, Jacques Amyot, Marie de Medicis, Marguerite de 
France, Duke of Sully, Louis XIII, Racine, Moliere, Lully, Boileau, 
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Bossuet, Ninon de I'Enclos, Christine de Sweden, Mile, de Mont- 
pensier, Due de St. Simon, Princesse de Conde, St. Vincent de Paul, 
Henrietta, Duchess of Orleans, Charles de Lon*aine, Due d'Orleans, 
Mme. de Montespan, Duchess de Montausier, Mme. de Sevigne, 
Nicholas Foucquct, Jean Petitot, Rabelais, Duchesse de la Valliere, 
Colbert, Christopher Wren, Moliere, Fenelon, Flechier, Bourdaloue, 
Victoire de Bavierc, La Bruyere, Rousseau, de la Mothe. 

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— — The Old Regime. Court, Salons, and Thea- 
tres. By Catherine Charlotte, Lady Jackson. 12mo. 
London. 1880. 

Six Volumes. 

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addition of 269 extra-illustrations including old engraved views, 
and rare engraved portraits including liOuis XIV, Louis XV, 
Madame de Maintenon, Cardinal Dubois, Louis XVI, Marechal de 
Villars, Racine, Bossuet, Mazarin, Richelieu, Le Sage, Montesquieu, 
Mme. de Sevigne, John Law, Peter the Great, Cardinal de Fleury, 
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D'Alembert, Mirabeau, Diderot, Mme. de Montespan, Henault, 
Mme. de Pompadour, Marie Antoinette, Marmontcl, Marshal de 



[352 Continued] J 

Siixc, ("oimt Graiiimont, ri-inro Cliarlos Kdward, Cliarlcs, Due de 
Lorraine, Lord ('lu'sh'rficld. Hcauiiuirfliais. Mic!i(laii<4el(), Goldoni, 
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The French Court and Society. Reiun of 



Louis XVI and First Empire. By Catherine Charlotte,. 
Lady Jackson, Author of "Old Paris," "The Old Regime." 
12mo. London. 1881. 

Six Volumes. 

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XVII, IMadame de Genlis, Beaumarchais, Washington, Vanloo, 
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beau, Due de Angoulemc, Malesherbes, Franklin, Madame Victoire, 
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Eugenie Beauharnais, Louis Bonaparte, Le Roi de Rome. 

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[352 Continued'] 

The Court of the Tuileries from the Restora- 
tion to the Fhght of Louis Phihppe. By Catherine Char- 
lotte, Lady Jackson. 12mo. London. 1883. 

Six Volumes. 

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The Court of France in the Sixteenth 

Century. 1514-1559. By Catherine Charlotte, Lady 
Jackson. 12mo. London. 1886. 

Six Volumes. 
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Charles VIII, Bossuet, Louis XI, Louis XII, Clement Marot, 
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Coligny, Edward VI, Henry VIII, Jeanne d'Albret, Jacques Amyot, 



[352 Continued^ 

Paul III, .Mcluiictlion, Loyola, Due de Montmorcncv, RaffucUo, 
Erasmus, Voltaire, Luther, Palissy, Lady Jane Grey, Mary Stuart. 
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The Last of the Valois, and Accession of 



Henry of Xavarre. 1559-1589, By Catherine Charlotte, 
Lady Jackson. 12mo. London. 1888. 

Six Volumes. 

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Charles Y, Queen Mary, Louis XI, Nostradamus, Charlemagne, 
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The First of the Bourbons^ 1589-1595. By 

Catherine Charlotte, Lady Jackson. 12mo. London. 
1890. 

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[352 Continued'] 

Henry IV, Henri de Lorraine, Philippe le Bel, Louis de Lorraine, 
Charles de Bourbon, Philip the Second, Gaspard de Coligny, Cath- 
erine de Medicis, Duke d'Alva, Henry IV, Due de Savoy, Louis de 
Bourbon, Henry V, Charles de Lorraine, Henry d'Orleans, Gabrielle 
d'Estrees, Urbain VII, Marguerite de Valois, Madame de Sully, 
Charles de Lorraine, Earl of Essex, Innocent IX, Cardinal de 
Bourbon, Henry de Bourbon, Due de Sully, Theodore de Beze, 
Clement VIII, Charlemagne, Duchesse de Montpensier, Mary de 
Medicis, Fran9ois de Bonne, Charles de Valois, Queen Elizabeth, Due 
de Nevers, Charles IX, Due de Vendome, Jacques I, Jeanne d'Albret, 
Leo XI, Paul V, Madame Royale, Princess de Conde, Prince de 
Conde. 

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(of 6 volumes) in a different color. 

353 JACK SO jV, Catherine Charlotte, Lady. 

A Set of the Historical Works of Lady Jackson. 
Another set, titles as above, but in American Editions. 

Together, 14 volumes. 8vo. Illustrated with 56 etched 
portraits on Japan paper. Boston. 1895, 1896, 1897. 

Large-paper Edition. No. 64 of 250 copies. 

Extra-Illustrated, by the insertion of 305 plates, litho- 
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numerous Dclpcch lithographic portraits, engravings by St. Aubin, 
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354 JACKSON, Rey. William. 

The Constitutions of the Several Independent 
States of America; The Declaration of Indepen- 
dence; AND the Articles of Confederation between 
THE SAID States. To which are now added, the Declara- 
tion of Hinhts; the Non-Imjjortation Agreement; and the 
Petition of Congress to the King dehvered by ]Mr. Penn. 
With An Appendix, containing treaties, etc., etc. The 
whole arranged with a Preface and Dedication, by the 
Rev. William Jackson. Second Edition. 8vo. London'. 
Printed for J. Stockdale, in Piccadilly. 1783. 

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surrounded b}' a border of the original American flag and laurel 
crowns, etc. 

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inside edges, by David. 

355 JACQUEMART, Albert. 

History of the Ceramic Art. A Descriptive and 
Philosophical Stndy of the Pottery of All Ages and All 
Nations. By Albert Jacquemart. Containing 200 Wood- 
cuts by H. Catenacci and Jules Jacquemart, 12 engravings 
in aquafortis by Jules Jacquemart, and 1000 Marks and 
Monograms. Translated by Mrs. Bury Palliser. 4to. 
London. 1877. 

Full tree calf, gilt edges. 

356 JAMESON, Mrs. Anna. 

A Collected Set, in First Editions, of the Works 
of Mrs. Jameson, as follows: 

Sacred and Legendary Art. London. 1848. 

Two Volumes. 



Legends of the Monastic Orders, as Repre- 
sented in the Fine Arts. Londori. 1850. 



[356 Continued'\ 

Legends or the Madonna, as Represented in 

the Fine Arts. Illustrated by Drawings and Woodcuts. 
London. 1852. 

The History of Our Lord : as Exemplified in 



Works of Art. With that of his Types; St. John the 
Baptist ; and other persons of the Old and New Testament. 
Lo7idon. 1864. 

Two Volumes. 

Together, 6 volumes. 8vo. Profusely illustrated with 
engravings and woodcuts. London, v. d. 

Full dark green crushed levant morocco, with covers, back and 
inside edges gold-tooled with bands of filleted lines, gilt top, uncut, 
by Zaehnsdorf. 

357 JAMESON, Mrs. Anna. 

Shakespearf/s Heroines. With 26 Portraits of Fa- 
mous Players in Character. Square 8vo. London. 1897. 

Two Volumes. 

Extka-Illustrated, and extended to 2 volumes, by the inser- 
tion of 82 plates ; including engravings by Scriven, Swaine, and 
"W. M.," of the 5 authentic portraits of Shakespeare, taken, as 
follows, from the originals by (1) Cornelius Jansen, (2) Martin 
Droeshout in the Fii'st Folio, (3) engraved portrait in the Poems, 
1640, from Marshall's copy of Droeshout's engraving, (4) Duke of 
Chandos, (5) Stratford Bust, by Gerard Johnson; and four 
rare engravings by Harding and Gardiner, in brown stipple, 
of La Pucelle d'Orleans, Margaret, Queen Katharine, and Anne 
Bullen ; the "Shakespeare Gallery" of portraits, by Corbould, 
Wright, Meadows, Johnston, Frith, Hayter, Egg, and others ; 
portraits of numerous Shakespearian actors and actresses ; also 
illustrations to the Shakespeare plays and proof impressions by 
Thurston, Harding, and Singleton. 

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and inside edges, gilt top, uncut, by Riviere. 



358 JEFFERSON, Joseph. 

The Autobiography of Joseph Jefferson. With 77 
Illustrations ; mostly portraits. 8vo. New York. [1890.] 

Two Volumes. 

Extra-Illustkated, iuul extended to two volumes, by the in- 
sertion of 140 plates; including: a signed etched portrait of Jeffer- 
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Payne, Charles Kccne, John J. (Lester) Wallack, John Gilbei-t, 
J. B. Booth, Augustin Daly, Anna Ritchie, John Brougham, Paul 
Bedford, W. E. Burton, William Warren, Colley Gibber, E. A. 
Sothern, Henry Compton, James H. Hackett, James E. Murdock, 
Edwin Forrest, Charlotte Cusliman, John McCuUougli, Jolin Drew, 
etc., etc. Also nmnerous views of phxccs and theaters connected with 
Jefferson's life, and portraits of Ben Jonson, Cooper, Poe, Shake- 
speare, and many other literary celebrities ; besides 6 fine portraits 
of Joseph Jefferson. 

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Stikeman. 

359 JEKYLL, Gertrude. 

Wood and Garden. Notes and Thoughts, Practical 
and Critical, of a Working Amateur. With Illustrations 
from Photographs by the Author. 8vo. London. 1899. 

First Edition. 

Full dark green ciiished levant morocco, decorated with roses 
inlaid in red morocco, with a gold-tooled center panel of leaves, 
hearts, and pointille, gilt edges, by Riviere. 

360 JESSE, Captain. 

The Life of George Brummell, Esq. Commonly 
called Beau Brummell. By Captain Jesse, Unattached. 
Revised and Annotated Edition from the Author's own 
Interleaved Copy. With 40 Portraits in Color of Brum- 
mell and his Contemporaries. Large 8vo. London. 1880. 

Two Volumes. 

No. 21 of 150 copies printed on Large-paper. 
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tooled inside edges, silk flies, gilt top, uncut, by Macdonald. 



361 JESSE, John Heneage. 

A Collected Set in First Editions of the Historical 
Memoirs of John Heneage Jesse, as follows: 

Memoirs of the Court of England during 



the Reign of the Stuarts, including the Protectorate. 
London. 1840. 

Four Volumes. 

Memoirs of the Court of England from the 



Revolution in 1688 to the Death of George the Sec- 
ond. London. 1843. 

Three Volumes. 

George Selwyn and His Contemporaries; 



with Memoirs and Notes. London. 1843. 

Four Volumes. 

Memoirs of the Pretenders and their Ad- 



herents. London. 1845. 

Two Volumes. 

- — Literary and Historical Memorials of Lon- 



don. London. 1847. 

Two Volumes. 

London and its Celebrities. A Second Series 



of Literary and Historical Memorials of London. London. 
1850. 

Two Volumes. 

Memoirs of King Richard the Third; and 



some of His Contemporaries. With an Historical Drama 
on the Battle of Bosworth, Lo7idon. 1862. 

— — — Memoirs of the Life and Reign of King 



George the Third. London. 1867. 

Three Volumes. 



[361 Continued] 

JNIe.-moiks of Cki,khi{atki) Etonians; iiicludinic^ 

Heniy Fielding, the Earl of Chatham, Henry Tooke, 
Horace Walpole, George Grenville, Thomas Gray, George 
Selwyn, Lord Xorth, Earl of Bute, Earl Temple, etc., etc. 
London. 1875. 

Two Volumes. 

Together, 23 volumes. 8vo. Illustrated with numerous 
and valuable historical portraits. Ijondou: liichard Bent- 
ley. V. d. 

Full calf, gilt t()[), iiiu'ut. hy Riviorc. 

362 JOHNSON, Capt. Charles. 

A General Histouy of the Lives and Adventures 
OF THE ]MosT Famous Highwaymen, ]Murderers, Street- 
Robbers, etc. To which is added, A Genuine Account of 
the Voyages and Plunders of the Most Notorious Pyrates. 
Interspersed with several diverting Tales, and pleasant 
Songs. And Adorned with the Heads of the most Re- 
markable Villains, Curiouslj^ Engraven on Copper. By 
Capt. Charles Johnson. Folio. London: Printed for and 
Sold hy J. Janeway, in White-Fryers; and hy the Book- 
sellers of London and Westminster. 1734. 

FiKST Editiox. This work, which contains 100 bioorapliies of 
notorious characters, is seldom found in as good condition as this 
copy. It is illustrated with 26 engraved full-page plates. 

Full paneled calf, gilt top, uncut, by Riviere. 

363 JOHNSON, R. U.; and BULL, C. C. 

Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Being for 
the most part, Contributions hy Union and Confederate 
Officers. Based upon the "Century War Series." Ed- 
ited by Robert Underwood Johnson and Clarence Clough 



[363 Continued] 

Buel. 4to. Profusely Illustrated. New York: The 
Century Co. [1887.] 

Twenty-five Volumes. 

UxiauE. Extka-Illustrated for Augustin Daly, and extended 
from 4 to 25 volumes (including Index), by the insertion of 2500 
portraits and 420 Autograph Letters Signed, including A. L. S. 
of General Winfield Scott, Abraham Lincoln (3), James Buchanan, 
Caleb Gushing, General David E. Twiggs (5), Samuel Houston, 
Lewis Cass, Robert Anderson, Stephen A. Douglas, General U. S. 
Grant (6), General George B. McClellan, Alexander H. Stevens 
(4), General Robert E. Lee (5), Reverdy Johnson, Colonel E. E. 
Ellsworth, General B. F. Butler, Jefferson Davis (3), General 
James Longstreet, General Pierre G. T. Beauregard (4), General 
Josepli E. Johnston (2), James K. Polk, Albert Pike, General John 
C. Fremont, Judah P. Benjamin, Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay, 
General Henry W. Hallcck, General Richard S. Ewell, General 
George H. Thomas, General Braxton Bragg, James A. Garfield, 
Admiral Andrew H. Foote, General John C. Breckenridge, Charles 
A. Dana, Edwin McM. Stanton, Gideon Welles, George Bancroft 
(2), Admiral George H. Preble, Admiral David D. Porter, General 
Joseph Hooker, George W. Childs, John Ericsson, Horace Greeley, 
William Henry Seward, Lc Comte de Paris, General John A. Dix, 
Salmon P. Chase, Commodore M. C. Perry, John Slidell, James M. 
Mason, Charles Sumner, John C. Calhoun, Joshua R. Giddings, 
General Thomas J. (Stonewall) Jackson, Colonel Robert G. Inger- 
soU, General William T. Sherman, William jNI. Evarts, Thomas 
Jefferson, Franklin Pierce, John Tyler, etc., etc., in fact, A. L. S. 
of nearly every civil, military, or naval leader who became prominent 
during the Civil War. 

Also numerous rare and clioice portraits of American historical 
personages active during tlie Civil War; engraved by Hall, Hicks, 
Ferine, Buttrc, Sartin, Ritchie, O'Neil, Stuart, HoUyer, Wood, 
Brady, Doney, Gimbrede, Longacre, Butler, Desnoyers, Jackman, 
Wagstaff, Girardet, etc., etc., many being proofs on Lidia paper. 
Also photographs, original drawn portraits, woodcuts, newspaper 
clippings, and portraits ; views by Darley and others of all the 
battles of the war, photogravures, etc. Also the Bonnieu "Wash- 
ington," engraved by Chevillet from a picture furnished by Lafay- 



[363 Continued] 

ette; a Confederate Muster Roll; a Quartermaster's Commission, 
signed by Lincoln and Stanton ; a Confederate dollar-bill, etc., etc. 

Also portraits of nearly every civil, military, or naval leader 
who became prominent during the Civil War ; all the war Governors, 
Senators, Congressmen, Secretaries, etc. ; views of historic places, 
scenes of naval and military actions, etc., etc., in great number. 

A Most Valuable and Unique Collection. A great many 
of the inserted plates are proof impressions, and where no engrav- 
ing was procurable, an original portrait drawing has been in- 
serted. 

Half blue crushed levant morocco, gilt top, uncut, by Smith. 

364 JOHNSON, Dr. Samuel. 

The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D., and The Jour- 
nal of his Tour to the Hebrides. By James Boswell. Il- 
lustrated with fine steel Portraits by Sir Joshua Reynolds. 
Edited by Henry Morley. 8vo. London. I880. 

Ten Volumes. 

No. 30 of 500 copies printed on Laege-paper, 
Uxmi'E. Extra-Illustrated, and extended to 10 volumes by 
the insertion of 816 plates, 111 of which are India proofs. This is 
a most beautiful set of books, and makes a comprehensive gallery 
of Johnsoniana, the majority of the portraits being scarce, and the 
views and prints of places rare. Among the rarer portraits may be 
mentioned those of Boswell, J. W. Croker, Catherine II, Bossuet, 
La Bruverc, Rousseau, Hogarth, D'Isracli, Smollett, Burns, George 
III, Grey, Boydell, a beautiful etching of Reynolds, Dryden, Vol- 
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The portraits are after paintings by Van Dyke, Jervais, Lawrence, 
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Stuart, Eckhard, Lely, Ramsay, Marckl, Gainsborough, Hoppner, 
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tions by Cruikshank, Sharpe, Smlrke, Stothard, and others ; and 
Views, after paintings by Marshall, Schnebbelie, Vemet, Alton, 
Nash, Bai-tlett, Shepherd, Ham'ey, Mackenzie, Chambers, Turner, 



[364 Continued~\ 

Neale, Winkles, Storer, Westall, Prout, Hawkins, [Nletz, Danlell, 
etc. 

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of literary and contemporary interest, actors and actresses, carica- 
tures, etc., etc. 

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back and sides, with a bust of Johnson, gilt top, uncut, by Riviere. 

365 JONES, :Mrs. Herbert. 

The Princess Charlotte of Wales. An Illustrated 
MonogTaph. -ito. London. 1885. 

Two Volumes. 

First Editiox. No. 161 of 250 copies printed for subscribers 
only. With extra-titles. 

Unique. Extra-Illustrated, and extended to 2 volumes, by 
the insertion of 120 plates, being rare portraits of tlie Lady Char- 
lotte, Duke of Kent, Canning, Princess Amelia, the Four Georges, 
Pitt, Fox, Wellington, Napoleon, Victoria, Princess Mary, Sophia, 
etc., etc. ; engraved by Beechery, Fry, Hicks, Jones, Collyer, 
Scriven, Delpech, Heath, Adlard, Mackenzie, Chapman, and Finden ; 
after paintings by Hopwood, Lawrence, Cosway, Russell, Hoppnei', 
Girardet, etc. Also many drawings and views in color, by Aiken, 
Wild, Pugin, Sutherland, Heath, Craig, Cruikshank, Nash, etc., 
many being proof impressions of the plates, Ackermann's plates in 
color, and two A. L. S. of the Princess Charlotte inserted. 

Also the letter-press of '^'Tlie Princess. The Death of Onr 
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and 16 contemporary letter-press odes, monodies, elegies, stanzas, 
and tributes, to the Princess Charlotte, on her death, inlaid. 

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366 JOURNAL 

Journal of the Proceedings or the Congress, Held 
AT Philadelphia, Sejjtember 5, 1774. [Vignette.] 8vo. 



[366 Continued'^ 

New York: Printed hy Hugh Gainc, Bookseller and Sta- 
tioner, in Hanover-Square. 1774. 

Full red crushed levant morocco, wltli filleted borders, edges 
gilt on the rough, by Chambolle-Duru. 

367 JUNGMAN, Nico. 

HoLi-AND. By Nico Jungman. Text by Beatrix Jung- 
man. Square 8vo. London. 1904. 

Edition-de-i,uxe, limited to 300 co])ies, of which this is No. 
122. Signed b}' the artist. With 75 full-page illustrations re- 
produced in colors. 

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bv Morrell.